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AMERICAN 
SILHOUETTES 

By 

August Edouart 




A NOTABLE COLLECTION 
OF 

PORTRAITS 

TAKEN BETWEEN 
1839-1849 



Arthur S. Vernay 

12 East 45th Street 

New York 



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October 27th to November 15th, 1913 
From 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 



the collection of 

AMERICAN 
SILHOUETTE PORTRAITS 

Cut By 

AUGUST ED(pUAlSFSTiBR 



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The utmost care has been taken in compiling this catalogue, but 
owing to some of the lettering on the Silhouettes being somewhat indis- 
tinct, errors may have occurred. 




A CATALOGUE 
OF 

SILHOUETTES 

BY 

AUGUST EDOUART 

WITH AN INTRODUCTION 
BY 

ARTHUR S. VERNAY 




L,t. B. A. TERRETT 

1st Regt. U. S. Dragoons 
Washington, May 11, 1841. 



Introduction 



THE WORK OF AUGUST EDOUART, the brilliant French 
silhouettist, is well-known to connoisseurs, and it is therefore with 
no little satisfaction that I am able to present in the accompanying 
catalogue a complete list of the Silhouettes made by him in the United 
States during the ten years he spent here. These Silhouettes, both in 
number and interest, are unique. So large and valuable was the col- 
lection that it took many months before the negotiations for their pur- 
chase were satisfactorily arranged; and after they were secured a 
great deal of time had necessarily to be spent in tracing the genealogy 
of those whose portraits are included, while the mere matter of cata- 
loguing so many names was in itseW a work of time and care. A large 
number of the Silhouettes are signed on the back, not only by the artist 
but also by the sitter, and many interesting particulars are added, such 
as name and address of the subject, his or her weight and height, and 
the date when the portrait was made. The collection numbers 3,600 
full length portraits from eight to nine inches in height, together with 
twenty-five half and three-quarter-lengths. With the exception of ten 
posthumous pictures — made from description or paintings — all these 
silhouettes were cut from life. 

The history of the making of these American Silhouettes is inter- 
esting. Edouart had already achieved considerable fame in England 
and had been created Silhouettist to the French Royal family when, in 
1839, he decided to visit the United States. His popularity had pre- 
ceded him and when he arrived in New York he had no lack of clients. 
Members of the aristocracy flocked to his studio and soon everyone of 
note was being silhouetted by "the incomparable Edouart." From 
New York Edouart went to Washington, Boston, Philadelphia, Balti- 
more and in fact every city of any importance in the Union. Alto- 
gether Edouart spent ten years in the United States, during which time 
he made between three and four thousand portraits of well-known 
Americans with their wives and families. Many of these Silhouettes are 
in the form of groups, every member of the household being included — 
the father, mother, children, slaves, dogs, cats, and even the parrot. 
The portraits are far more life-like than any photographs could possibly 
be, and even in those days it was felt that Edouart was a consummate 
artist. 



American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 



Included in this unique collection are six American Presidents — 
John Quincy Adams, Martin van Buren, W. H. Harrison (made at the 
White House) , John Tyler, Millard Fillmore and Franklin Pierce. 
The politicians — of which there are hundreds — include Daniel Webster 
and Henry Clay. Among the army men — all in full dress — are Com- 
manders-in-Chief Wingate and Macomb. The financiers and capitalists 
— household names even to-day — include August Belmont, Samuel 
Morgan, the Ogdens, the Posts, Buels, Appletons and hundreds of 
others. Among other professions represented are lawyers, senators, presi- 
dents of banks and universities (Josiah Quincey of Harvard being per- 
haps the most noted among the educational lights) , doctors, professors, 
ministers and literary people, including Longfellow, Miss Sedgwick, and 
Prescott, the historian. The journalists and actors are also numerous. 

Edouart cut every silhouette in duplicate. One copy was purchased 
by the sitter while the other, carefully inscribed, was kept by the artist 
for reference and exhibition purposes. In other words Edouart was a 
good business man, methodical and painstaking, and he kept the dupli- 
cate of every silhouette much in the same way as a photographer of 
to-day keeps the negatives of his portraits. 

During the years that Edouart was in the United States making this 
vast number of silhouettes, he was hospitably entertained wherever he 
went, and on his return to England he always spoke with the greatest 
admiration and affection of America and the Americans. Unfortu- 
nately his passage back to his own country was not quite so happy an 
event as it might have been. In 1 849 he sailed on the Oneida, together 
with twenty-five other passengers and a cargo of cotton, from Maryland. 
On the 1 9th December, when nearing the coast of Guernsey, a terrific 
storm arose, the vessel became unmanageable and was wrecked, most 
of the baggage and cargo going to the bottom. Edouart's case con- 
taining the American collection of silhouettes and many English, Scot- 
tish and Irish folios, was saved and brought ashore. Edouart managed 
to get to land and was taken to the house of a man called Lukis who 
treated his guest most hospitably and persuaded him to remain at his 
house for some days. Frederica Lukis, the daughter of his host, was 
equally kind and hospitable and when he was leaving, Edouart pre- 
sented to her his entire collection of silhouettes which had been so mirac- 
ulously saved. From the grandson of Frederica Lukis the collection 



American Silhouettes, 1 839-1 849 



was purchased by Mrs. F. Nevill Jackson, of London, from whom in 
turn it passed to its present owner. Edouart died soon after his return 
to England, and it is rather a curious fact that the last silhouettes he 
ever made were done in America. After his fearful experience on the 
Oneida his hand apparently lost its cunning and he never again prac- 
tised his profession. 

It may not be out of place here to quote a few paragraphs from the 
present writer's brochure on "The Silhouette," dealing with August 
Edouart, and which was published last year. August Amanat Con- 
stance Fidele Edouart — to give him his full name — was born at Dun- 
kerque in 1788 and made his way to London as a refugee in 1815. 
He had served under Napoleon and been decorated, but tiring of a 
soldier's life, he settled in England where he married Emilie Lawrence 
Vitae. One of his sons, the Rev. Augustus Gaspard Edouart, became 
vicar of Leominster, England. 

It was the purest accident which made Edouart a professional sil- 
houette cutter. Here is the story: Some time during 1825 he was 
spending an evening with some friends, when he was shown two or three 
profile portraits made by a machine. They were supposed to be like- 
nesses of members of the family he was visiting, and the subjects them- 
selves considered them excellent. Edouart, however, said they were 
little less than libelous, whereupon one of the daughters of his host 
begged him to do something better. Without hesitation he seized . a 
pair of scissors and the cover of a letter, put the father in position, and 
"in an instant I produced a likeness." The paper, of course, was 
white, but the snuffers soon remedied that. The likeness was perfect. 
Portraits of other members of the family were made with similar facility 
and exactness, and Edouart's career as a professional silhouettist began. 

Edouart's first patron was the Bishop of Bangor, who paid five 
shillings for a portrait and afterwards ordered forty additional copies 
at the same price. Other patrons followed and it soon became the thing 
to be silhouetted by Edouart. The artist was received everywhere, 
and on one occasion, at Holyrood Palace, he was presented to Charles 
X, ex-King of France, whose likeness in paper of four thicknesses he 
cut in the presence of the Royal Family and suite. Edouart presented 
one to the little Prince, the Due de Bordeaux, one to the Prince's sister, 
one to the Duchesse de Berri, and the fourth to the Duchess d'Angou- 



American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 



leme. Everyone was enthusiastic and declared the likeness to be "most 
excellent," his Majesty being represented "in his usual mood of thought- 
fulness in walking about the room." 

Edouart took his art very seriously, and in order to retain a steady 
hand rose early, dieted himself and eschewed all liquors. He had a 
wonderful memory for a face, and one of the most remarkable portraits 
he ever made was that of Daniel O'Connell. Edouart saw the cele- 
brated Irishman once only — in the Chamber of Commerce, Dublin, and 
then for so short a period that he was unable to make even a hasty 
sketch. On his return home, however, he cut out the portrait from 
memory, and the likeness was so wonderful that many believed he had 
had a sitting from O'Connell. 

Of the English silhouettes left behind by Edouart many are finding 
their way into different museums and galleries. Sir Sidney Colvin, 
the well-known connoisseur, has so great an admiration for Edouart's 
technique that on his advice Mr. Homes, Director of the London Na- 
tional Portrait Gallery, has purchased a section of the English silhou- 
ettes for the nation. Mr. Caw, Director of the Scottish National Gal- 
lery, has done the same for Edinburgh. Mr. Doughty, of Ottawa, has 
just purchased all the Canadian silhouettes — Edouart made many — for 
the Archivist Museum at Ottawa, while others will be reproduced in 
the Official History of the Dominion. Fifty representative examples of 
Edouart's work were also recently presented to the Victoria and Albert 
Museum, London, by Mrs. Nevill C. Jackson. 

With regard to Edouart's American Silhouettes, the present owner 
at first thought of offering them en bloc to one of the national museums 
but on maturer consideration decided that it would interest the greater 
number if he were to offer them separately so that those who have por- 
traits of their ancestors among the collection might have an opportunity 
of securing them for preservation in the family archives. Consequently 
all the Silhouettes in this catalogue will be disposed of individually. 
Owing to the lack of space the Exhibition will be open for three weeks 
only, and to all who are interested a very cordial invitation is extended 
to come and judge for themselves how artistic and graceful a silhouette 
portrait may be when made by so great an artist as August Edouart. 

Arthur S. Vernay. 



NOTE. — Please refer to Index at back of catalogue for name. 
Note the town, and then turn to front of hook, where complete descrip- 
tion will be found under City, Town or State given. 



AMERICAN SILHOUETTES 

1839-1849 

ABBEYVILiE, SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Calhoun, John Caldwell. Senator. Was Vice-President of the United 
States 1825-1S32. Secretary of State 1844. Died 1850. Taken at 
Washington, 8 March 1841. 

ADAMS, JEFFERSON CO., NEW YORK. 

Chittenden, Thomas C. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 12 
June 1841. 

ALABAMA. 

Bryan, Judge Joseph H. Taken at Washington, 30 March 1841. 

Clay, Clement. Taken at Washington, 5 March 1841. 

Gazzon, A. H. Taken at Washington, 12 March 1841. 

Hindman, Col. Thomas, V. S. A. Bora in Tennessee. Member of Con- 
gress 1S58. Fought in the Confederate Army and was promoted to 
Major General. Assassinated 1868. Taken at Washington, 25 
June 1841. 

Lawler, Levi M. Taken at Washington, 26 June 1841. 

Wray, P. A. Taken at Saratoga, 3 August 1844. 

ALBANY, NEW YORK. 

Barnard, Daniel Dewey. 1 Academy Park. Member of Congress for New 
York. Was Minister to Prussia 1850. Died 1861. Taken at Wash- 
ington, 5 Feb. 1841. 

Barnard, Cora. Taken at Washington, 5 Feb. 1841. 

Barnard, Sarah. Taken at Washington, 5 Feb. 1481. 

Butler, Mrs. Benjamin. Wife of Attorney-General of U. S. A. Taken at 
Saratoga, 31 Aug. 1841. 

Butler, Little Daughter. Taken at Saratoga, 31 Aug. 1841. 

Childe, Mr. John. Civil Engineer. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1S42. 

Childe, Mrs. Laura. Nee Dwight. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1842. 

Childe, Selina. Aged 7. Daughter of the above. Taken at Saratoga, 25 
July 1842. 

Clapp, The Rev. Mr. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1844. 

Clapp, Mr. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1844. 

Dewitt, William H. Dealer in Lumber and Staves. 57 Pier Street. Resi- 
dence 6 Quackenbush Street. Taken at Saratoga, 8 July 1840. 

Dexter, James. Cousellor at Law. 56 State Street. Residence 57 Capitol 
Park. Taken at Boston, 23 April 1842. 

Dwight, Francis. Son of Mrs. Dwight of Springfield, Mass. See Childe. 
Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1843. 

French, Abel. 29 Elk Street. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1844. 

Hamilton, David. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1844. 

Kay, Mrs. Mary. Native of Lafayette, N. Albany. Taken at New Orleans, 
27 Jan. 1844. 

Little, Mark. 37 Hawk Street. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1841. 

Little, W T eare C. Book Store and Literary Rooms, State and Market Sts. 
Residence 37 Hawk Street. Taken at Saratoga Springs, S Aug. 1841. 



10 American Silhouettes, 1 839-1 849 



Ramon, Rev. James. Episcopal Methodist Minister. Taken at Saratoga, 
3 9 Aug-. 1S42. 

Snwson, Mrs. Charlotte Anne. Taken at Saratoga, 19 Aug. 1842. 

Reese, D. M., M. D. Late Professor in Medical College, Albany. Taken 
at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1841. 

Reese, Miss M. Frances. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1841. 

Reynolds, Miss Mary. Taken at Saratoga, Aug. 1841. 

Rhoaits, Julius. Taken at Saratoga, 13 Aug. 1844. 

Sherman, Rev. Charles A. Presiding Elder of Albany District in the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church.' Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. 1841. 

Strong-, Anthony M. 8S Westerlo Street. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1843. 

Taylor, Mrs. Caroline Mathilda. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1843. 

Taylor, Master James Belost. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1843. 

Taylor, Miss Sarah Ann. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1843. 

Taylor, James. Cashier of Commercial Bank of Albany. 104 Hudson 
Street. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1842. 

Van Rensselaer, Richard. Secretary of Fire Insurance Company. Coun- 
sellor at Law. Master in Chancery. 44 State Street. Taken at 
Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1S40. 

Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Richard. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1840. 

Van Rensselaer, Miss Maria Eliza. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1840. 

Walworth, Reuben Hyde. Lawyer and Author. Born in Bozrah, Conn. 
Chancellor of the State of New York until the office was abolished. 
Taken at Saratoga Springs, 29 Aug. 1840. 

Walworth, Mrs. Reuben Hyde. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 29 Aug. 1840. 

Wendall, Howman. M. D. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1840. 

Wright, Silas. U. S. Senator. Born at Amherst, Mass. Was Governor 
of New York 1844-1846. Taken at Washington, 5 Mar. 1841. 

ALEXANDRIA, D. C. 

Benham, Ada Louisa. Taken at New Orleans, 15 April 1844. 

Benham, Mrs. Mary Louisa. Taken at New Orleans, 15 April 1844. 

Blake, J., Jr. 

Danforth, Rev. Joshua. Presbyterian Church. Taken at New Orleans, 

25 Jan. 1844. 
Jameson, Robert. Taken at Washington, 12 Mar. 1841. 
Lee, Cassius F. Clerk of U. S. Court. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 1843. 
Lee, Ann. Slave. 
Snowdon, Major Edgar. Taken at Washington, 4 May 1841. 

ALLENWOOD, MISS. 
Allen, C. W. Taken at New Orleans, 10 Mar. 1844. 

ALTON, ILL. 
Gilman, W. S. Taken at New York, 8 Aug. 1839. 
Hogan, John. Taken at Washington, 20 Mar. 1841. 

AMESBURY, MASS. 
Aubin, J. 4 June 1842. 

AMHERST, MASS. 

Abbott, Rev. Jacob. Congregational Pastor. Professor of Mathematics 
at Amherst. Wrote several well known Books for the Young. 
Brother of the Rev. G. D. Abbott of Boston and of the Rev. John 
S. C. Abbott of Nantucket. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 28 Aug. 1841. 

Snell, E. S. Professor of Amherst College. Taken at Boston, 20 Dec. 1841. 



American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 



AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND. 
Herbst, Miss 31. 

Parker, William B. Taken at Boston, 24 Dec. 1S41. 

AMSTERDAM, N. Y. 

Cheltama, Mr. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 

Cheltama, Mrs. Sister of W. A. Smets of New York. Taken at Saratoga. 
25 Aug. 1840. 

ANDALUSIA, SPAIN. 
Paregi, A. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1S43. 

ANGELICA, ALLEGHENY CO., N. Y. 

Hull, Laurens. M. D. Senator from Senate District, N. Y. Taken at 
New York, 25 Oct. 1839. 

ANNAPOLIS, MD. 
Jones, Major H. Taken at Philadelphia, 24 Oct. 1842. 
Randall, A. Councillor at Law. Taken at Washington, 8 Mar. 1841. 

ARKANSAS. 
Fulton, W. S. Senator. Born in Maryland. Was Secretary of State for 

Arkansas 1829. Governor of Arkansas 1835-1836. Died 1844. Taken 

at Washington, 12 June 1841. 
West, Mrs. M. J. Taken at New Orleans, 23 Feb. 1844. 

ARKANSAS, WEST. 
Pitchlynn, P. P. Speaker of the General Council of the Choctaw Nation. 
Taken at Washington, 12 Mar. 1841. 

AUBURN, N. Y. 

Dennis, E. C. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 
Dexter, E. C. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1S41. 
Morgan, Christopher. Member of Congress. Mayor of Auburn 1860. Later 

Trustee of State Lunatic Asylum at Utica. Died 1877. Taken at 

Washington, 25 Feb. 1840. 
Seward, William Henry. Governor of New York. Brother of B. J. Seward 

of Westfield, N. J. Criminal Lawyer. Advocate of Abolition of 

Slavery. U. S. Senator 1849-1855. Candidate for Presidency 1S60. 

Secretary of State to Lincoln. Died 1872. Taken at New York, 

2 Oct. 1839. 
Sherwood, Col. T. M. Vice-President of the Western Railroad. Taken at 

Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 
Skinner, Mr. E. L. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 19 Aug. 1842. 
Skinner, Mrs. E. L. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 19 Aug. 1842. 
Wood, James C. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 

AUBURN CO., N. Y. 
Croswell, Rev. William. Taken at Boston, 4 June 1842. 

AUGUSTA, GA. 
Forsyth, John. Secretary of State. Died at Washington 1841. Taken at 

Washington, 21 Jan. 1841. 
Paterson, William. Professor of the Flute. Taken in New York, 15 

Sept. 1839. 
Winter, Joseph Samuel Prince. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 1844. 



12 American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 

AURORA, N. Y. 
Morgan, Henry T. Taken at Boston, 7 June 1842. 

AUTAUGUA CO., ALA. 

Lewis, Dixon Hall. Member of Congress Senator 1842, until his death 
in New York City 1S48. Taken at Washington, 5 Mar. 1841. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
Alexander, Ashton. M. D. See A. A. Marshall. 23 Payette Street. 12 

Dec. 1840. 
Barney, John. 71 N. Calvert Street. 11 Dec. 1S40. 
Bartol, James L. 7 Dec. 1840. 

Bear, Rev. John. Methodist Episcopal Church, 79 Broadway. 20 Novem- 
ber 1840. 
Berti, Signor Anselmo. Native of Mentone. Taken at New Tork, 20 

Oct. 1839. 
Berti, Signora. Taken at New York, 20 Oct. 1839. 
Berti, Candide. Taken at New York, 20 Oct. 1839. 
Berti, Olimpia. Taken at New York, 20 Oct. 1839. 
Berti, Rosina. Taken at New York, 20 Oct. 1839. 
Betts, Royston. 14 Dec. 1840. 

Blaekwell, . 28 Nov. 1840. 

Booth, Washing-ton. 3 Dec. 1840. 

Bordley, J. Beale. Painter of Portraits. 205 yi West Baltimore Street. 

26 Nov. 1840. 
Brantz, Lewis. President of Baltimore Port de Porte Railroad. Married 

Mary Mayer. Died suddenly 26 Jan. 1S38. Aged 70 years. Cut 

from description by Brantz Mayer. Dec. 1840. 
Brantz, Lewis. Another picture. 25 Nov. 1840. 
Briee, William N. 74 Lexington Street. 5 Dec. 1840. 
Brnne, William Henry. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1843. 
Burnap, Rev. G. William. Pastor Unitarian Church. 49 N. Calvert Street. 

14 Dec. 1840. 
Burnap, Mrs. G. William. 3 Dec. 1840. 

Campbell, Mr. B. M. Slave Trader. 26 Conway Street. 12 Jan. 1S41. 
Campbell, Andrew. 18 Nov. IS 40. 
Carroll, Daniel. Member of Congress. From Dudington, England. Father 

of Daniel and William Carroll of Washington. Grandfather of 

Kate Brent of Washington. Died 1829. 
Cary, John L. 1 Dec. 1S40. 
Cherbonnier, Mons. Pierre. 21 Nov. 1840. 
Cherbonnier, Madame. 21 Nov. 1840. 
Cherbonnier, Victor. 21 Nov. 1840. 
Cherbonnier, Mdlle. Corine. 21 Nov. 1840. 
Cherbonnier, Alida. 21 Nov. 1840. 
Clifton, Miss Cecelia. Married to Mr. James T. Young of Boston, 31 Nov. 

1843. 18 Dec. 1840. 
Coal, George B. 3 Dec. 1840. 

Coale, Samuel Chase. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1843. 
Cohen, Joshua J. M. D. 115 North Charles Street. 17 Dec. 1840. 
Colt, John Olivet. Taken at Saratoga, 27 Aug. 1844. 

Cook, Mr. Henry William. Grocer. 64 German Street. 14 Dec. 1840. 
Cook, Mrs. Henry William. 131 South Paca Street. 14 Dec. 1840. 
Cook, Rev. Isaac P. Bookseller and Stationer. 76 W. Baltimore Street. 

14 Dec. 1840. 



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Crawford, William C. 15 Dec. 1S40. 

Crawford, William, Jr. Commission Merchant. 4 Commerce Street. 

Residence, 9 South Frederick Street. 15 Dec. 1840. 
Crawford, Miss Martha E. 15 Dec. 1840. 
Davidge, T. H. 3 Dec. 1840. 
Davidge, Mr. W. D. 3 Dec. 1840. 
Davis, A. V. 3 Dec. 1840. 

Davis, John R. Collector. 95 S. Paca Street. 5 Dec. 1840. 
Didier, Mrs. Edmund. 27 Nov. 1840. 

Didier, Edmund. 27 N. Calvert Street. 27 Nov. 1S40. 
Didier, Master. 27 Nov. 1840. / 

Didier, Miss Mary. 27 Nov. 1840. 

DuBois, Edmund C. Ship Chandler and Grocer. 55 Thames Street. Resi- 
dence 82 E. Pratt Street. 14 Dec. 1840. 
Edmondson, Dr. Thomas. 45 Franklin Street. Taken at Saratoga, 15 

Aug. 1842. 
Ellicott, B. H. Ex-Broker. 3 S. Gay Street. Residence 77 E. Baltimore 

Street. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1841. 
Evans, Frederick William. 14 Jan. 1S41. 
Pahnestoek, Levi. 

George, Robert. Taken at Saratoga, 27 Aug. 1844. 
Gibson, G. S. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1844. 
Gill, A. Owen. 9 Jan. 1841. 

Gillett, L. Warrington. Taken at Washington, 26 Jan. 1S41. 
Gilmor, Robert. Shipping Merchant. 61 Second Street. Residence 67 W. 

Lombard Street. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1840. 
Gilmor, Mr. William. 51 Franklin Street. 27 Nov. 1840. 
Gilmor, Charles S. 8 Dec. 1840. 

Gould, Alexander. 311 Light Street. 3 Dec. 1840. 
Graf, Frederick B. Commission Merchant. Consul of the Netherlands. 

Vice Consul of Sweden, Norway and Monte Video. 52 South Gay 

Street. 10 Dec. 1840. 
Gray, Edward. Taken at Saratoga, 8 July 1840. 
Griffin, Elias T. Of Griffin & Moore, Tobacco Merchants, 128 Pearl Street. 

Residence 14 N Howard Street. 2 Dec. 1840. 
Griffith, Miss Jane. 24 Dec. 1840. 
Griffith, R. R. Of Griffith, FitsGerald & McGruder, Hardware Merchants, 

265 W. Baltimore Street. Residence 29 Franklin Street. Taken at 

Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1844. 
Gwynn, Mr. William. Counsellor at Law. 4 Courtland Street. 25 Dec. 

1840. 
Hall, J. Morrison. 9 Dec. 1840. 

Hall, Samuel. 88 N. Caroline Street. 6 Jan. 1841. 
Harrison, Samuel T. 10 Dec. 1840. 
Harrison, Samuel T. 10 Dec. 1840. 
Harrison, Miss Marguerite. 10 Dec. 1840. 

Harrison, Wm. N. Periodical Emporium. 49 N. Gay Street. 9 Dec. 1S40. 
Harrison, George L. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1844. 
Hart, Charles John. Dry Goods Merchant. 154-156 Lexington Street. 

22 Nov. 1840. 
Hart, Mr. Robert M. 22 Nov. 1840. 
Hoffman, David. Councillor at Law. 9 Dec. 1940. 
Hunter, S. Milieu. 
Jenkins, J. Robert. Taken at Saratoga, 27 Oct. 1843. 



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Jenkins, Lieut. Thornton Alexander, IT. S. N. Native of Orange County, 
Va. Served through the Civil War, Commanding the "Hartford" 
and the "Richmond." Made Rear Admiral 1870 and was in com- 
mand of the Asiatic Station when he retired in 1878. 10 Dec. 1840. 

Jenkins, 3Irs. Thornton Alexander. 10 Dec. 1840. 

Johnson, William Fell. Of Rockland Co. 20 Nov. 1840. 

Krefos, John N. 3 Dec. 1841. 

Jvrebs, James Welsey. 1829. 

Latrobe, Benjamin H. Engineer. 63 Courtland Street. 14 Dec. 1840. 

Lawrenson, F. B. 25 Nov. 1840. 

Leiper, George G. Taken at Washington, 26 Jan. 1841. 

Levering, . 7 Dec. 1840. 

Long, B. B. 9 Dec. 1840. 

Lucas, Charles Z. Attorney at Law. 19 North Street. 25 Dec. 1840. 

Lurtz, Maria. 5 ft. 5J4 in. Taken at Saratoga, 12 July 1844. 

Mankin, Henry. Of Clark & Kellogg. Commission Merchants. Resi- 
dence, Mt. Pleasant, Baltimore Co. 24 Nov. 1840. 

Marshall, Alexander Marshall. Taken at Washington, 27 April 1841. 

Marshall, A. Ashton. See A. Alexander. 18 Dec. 1840. 

Mayer, Christian. Aged 77. 9 Jan. 1841. 

Mayer, Mrs. Christian (Catherine). 9 Jan. 1841. 

Mayer, Ma*ry. Married Lewis Brantz. Nov. 1840. 

Mayer, Beata. Taken at Boston, 25 Nov. 1S44. 

Mayer, Catherine. — Nov. 1840. 

Mayer, Mr. Charles. — Nov. 1840. 

Mayer, Mrs. Charles. ■ — ■ 

Mayer, Charles Fred. Attorney. 2 Courtland Street. Residence 37 
Franklin Street. Nov. 1840. 

Mayer, Charles Fred., Jr. 30 Nov. 1S40. 

Mayer, Alfred. 30 Nov. 1840. 

Mayer, Frank. 30 Nov. 1840. 

Mayer, Henry C. Attorney. 56 Fayette Street. 30 Nov. 1840. 

Mayer, Lewis. 30 Nov. 1840. 

Medealfe, Mr. Charles. 30 Dec. 1840. 

Merryman, John. 19 Dec. 1840. 

Miekle, Mr. Robert. Of the Union Bank (Cashier). Residence 256 Lexing- 
ton Street. 9 Jan. 1841. 

Moale, John C. 25 N. Calvert Street. 23 Nov. 1840. 

Mott, Frances. 3 Dec. 1840. 

Mott, Master James. 3 Dec. 1840. 

Murphy, Thomas. Of Dobbin, Murphy & Bose, Proprietors of the "Balti- 
more Daily American." 2 Gay Street. Residence Exchange Hotel. 
10 Dec. 1S40. 

Murray, James. Engineer. 37 Hollins Street. 30 Dec. 1840. 

Norris, George. 11 Jan. 1841. 

Norris, G. Summerville. 11 Dec. 1840. 

O'Donnell, J. H. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1842. 

Parrott, William Stuart. Taken at Washington, 25 Mar. 1841. 

Patterson, Mr. Abraham B. Commission Merchant. 14 Commerce Street. 
8 Dec. 1840. 

Patterson, John H. M. D. 92 St. Paul Street. 18 Dec. 1840. 

Peters, Mr. Abraham. 20 Jan. 1841. 

Prout, Robert M. 12 Dec. 1840. 

Richard, M. Auguste. Watchmaker. 65 N. Front Street. 20 Nov. 1S40. 

Robinson, J. M. 3 Dec. 1840 



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Rogers, George M. Teller of the Union Bank. 212 N. Howard Street. 
1840. 

Rogers, Edmund Lord. Great Grandson of General Washington, Presi- 
dent. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 28 Aug. 1840. 

Rogers, Lloyd N. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 28 Aug. 1840. 

Rogers, Miss Eleanor A. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 28 Aug. 1840. 

Sanderson, Major Henry S. Office 55 Gay Street South. Residence 85 N. 
High Street. Taken at Boston, 22 Dec. 1841. 

Spalding, B. N. 5 ft. 9J4 ins. Taken at Saratoga, 27 Aug. 1844. 

Sumner, Miss Frances S. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1842. 

Swan, Thomas, Esq. 11 Dec. 1840. 

Swan, Mrs. Thomas. 7 2 Franklin Street. 11 Dec. 1S40. 

Swan, Thomas, Jr. 6 years old. 11 Dec. 1840. 

Swan, Louisa S. 2yi years old. 11 Dec. 1840. 

Swan, Mrs. Wilson C. 11 Dec. 1S40. 

Thomas, J. Hanson. M. D. President of the Farmers' and Merchants' 
Bank. Residence 39 Franklin Street. 22 Dec. 1840. 

Thomas, Sterling. 14 Dec. 1840. 

Thompson, Samuel J. T. President of Baltimore Insurance Co. Residence 
126 E. Baltimore Street. 11 Dec. 1840. 

Thomson, Laurence. 15 Dec. 1S40. 

Thorn, Rev. John. 15 Dec. 1840. 

Thornton, Mrs. F. A. 154 Fayette Street (F.A-U.S.N.). 14 Dec. 1840. 

Thornton, Miss F. Antonia. 14 Dec. 1S40. 

Thornton, Miss Mary. 15 Dec. 1840. 

Thornton, Miss Elizabeth G. 31 Dec. 1840. 

Turner, Richard T. Hardware Merchant. 132 W. Pratt Street. 12 Dec. 
1840. 

Venman, Charles. U. S. B. Officer of the Ship "Oemulyn." 24 Nov. 1840. 

Walker, Alexander. 29 Dec. 1S40. 

Wanchester, James. 22 Dec. 1840. 

Ward, William J. Attorney at Law. 37 Fayette Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 18 Aug. 1843. 

Ward, Arietta J. 18 Aug. 1843. 

Ward, Emma Rosalie. 18 Aug. 1843. 

Wigman, O. P. P. 2 Dec. 1840. 

Wilson, Robert S. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1844. 

Winchester, Alexander. Flour Merchant. 84 Spear's Wharf. 3 Dec. 1840 

Winchester, T. H. 3 Dec. 1840. 

Wood-ward, William. Commission Dry Goods Merchant. 11 Hanover 
Street. 2 Jan. 1841. 

Wise, E. W. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1844. 

BANGOR, MAINE. 

Crosby, Sarah H. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

Poor, John A. Counsellor at Law. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1S44. 

BARDSTOWN, ILLINOIS. 

Saunders, E. R. Member of Congress. Taken at Saratoga, 31 Aug. 1S43. 

BARNSTAPIE, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Reed, John. Member of Congress. Subsequently Lieut. Governor of 
Massachusetts 1S45. Died 1S60. Taken at Boston, 20 Feb. 1S41. 



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BARRE, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Thompson, Rev. James. Senr. Independent Church. Father of Rev. J. H. 
Thompson, Jr. of Salem. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug-. 1842. 

BATH, MAINE. 

Randall, Benjamin. Lawyer. Member of Congress. Born in Massachu- 
setts. Subsequently Collector of Customs for Bath. Died 1857. 
Taken at Washington, 18 June 1841. 

BEDFORD, WESTCHESTER CO., NEW YORK. 
Bates, James M. Taken at New York, 20 Jan. 1840. 

BELFAST, IRELAND. 
Cunningham, Miss Jane. Taken at New York, 18 Oct. 1839. 

BELLEVILLE, NEW JERSEY. 
Garretson, Rev. John. Two Portraits. Taken at Saratoga, 31 July 1840. 

BELYIDERE, NEW JERSEY. 
Maxwell, J. P. B. Member of Congress. Died 1845. Taken at Washing- 
ton, 20 Feb. 1841. 

BERKS, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Reim, George M. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 25 June 
1841. 

BETTERVILLE. 
Fearnhead, William. 7 Sept. 1830. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA. 

Sehollfield, John. Taken at New Orleans, 24 Feb. 1844. 

BINGHAMPTON, NEW 7 YORK. 

Collier, Mr. John Counsellor at Law. Taken at Saratoga, 16 July 1840. 
Collier, Mrs. John. Taken at Saratoga, 16 July 1840. 
Gregory, H. M. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1840. 

BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND. 
Pearson, James A. S June 1838. 
Van Wart, Henry. Father of Irving Van Wart of New York. Brother- 

in-Law of Washington Irving. 13 April 1838. 
Van Wart, Henry, Jr. 13 April 183S. 

BLANFORD, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Sizen, Nelson. Taken at Washington, 1 May 1841. 

BLOOMFIELD, ESSEX CO., NEW 7 YORK. 
Seymond, Rev. Eben. Pastor of Presbyterian Church. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 27 July 1840. 

BOONVILLE, MISSOURI. 
Moore, Henry E. Taken at Philadelphia, 20 Alar. 1843. 

BORDEAUX, FRANCE. 
Bagoden, Achille. Taken at New York, 23 Sept. 1839. 
Constantin, T. H. Taken at New York, 23 Sept. 1S39. 



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BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Abbott, Rev. Gorham Dummer. Congregational Clergyman. Pioneer of 
the Higher Education for Women. Brother of Rev. J. S. C. Abbott 
of Nantuckett and the Rev. Jacob Abbott of Amherst. 4 June 1842. 
Adams, Benjamin. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 31 July 1841. 

Adams, Mrs. Benjamin, 30 Pemberton Square. Taken at Saratoga Springs 
31 July 1841. 

Adams, Francis M. Constable. Franklin Avenue. Taken at Saratoga, 
24 Aug. 1S42. 

Adams, John Quincy. Ex-President of U. S. A. 4 Lowell Street. Taken 
at Washington, 10 March 1841. 

Allen, Flisba H. Native of Bandon, County Cork, Ireland. 12 June 1841. 

Allen, Rev. John. Member of Conference of Methodists. 21 Feb. 1842. 

Allen, Rev. John. Second Portrait. 21 Feb. 1842. 

Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth. Widow of Rev. John. 11 Jan. 1842. 

Amory, Mr. Charles. 65 State Street. Residence 69 Mt. Vernon Place. 
17 Nov. 1841. 

Amory, Mrs. Charles. 10 April 1S42. 

Amory, Baby. 16 Nov. 1841. 

Amory, Charles Copley. 16 Nov. 1841. 

Amory, Susana Greene. 16 Nov. 1841. 

Anderson, Ferdinand. Taken at Saratoga, 16 July 1840. 

Andrews, Ferdinand. 17 Dover Street. Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1840. 

Appleton, Samuel. (See Maria Goodwin, see Lekain) Merchant. Residence 
36 Beacon Street. 25 Jan. 1842. 

Appleton, Mrs. Mary Anne. 10 Dec. 1841. 

Appleton, F. A. (Son). Obt. 30 June 1843. 10 Dec. 1841. 

Appleton, Miss Hetty Sullivan. 10 Dec. 1841. 

Appleton, William. 10 Dec. 1841. 

Appleton, Miss Caroline F. (Sister of Samuel). 20 Dec. 1841. 

Appleton, Mr. Samuel. Merchant and Philanthropist. Established Cot- 
ton Mills at Lowell and Waltham. 11 Jan. 1842. 

Appleton, Mrs. Samuel. Daughter of Daniel Webster. 11 Jan. 1842. 

Appleton, Master Samuel (Infant son, 7 weeks old). 11 Jan. 1842. 

Appleton, Caroline LeRoy. 11 Jan. 1842. 

Appleton, Charles Hook. 15 Avon Place. 27 Nov. 1841. 

Appleton, Harriet Henrietta Cutler. 27 Nov. 1S41. 

Ashmun, George. Lawyer and Politician. Late Speaker in the House of 
Representatives. 20 Feb. 1842. 

Austin, Mrs. Widow of Benjamin. Age 84 years. 10 Feb. 1842. 

Austin, Mrs. Catherine. Wife of J. T. Austin, Attorney General of Mass- 
achusetts. 141 Tremont St. 8 April 1842. 

Austin, Ivers J. Son of Catherine. Counsellor at Law. 35 Court Street. 
Residence 141 Tremont Street. 8 April 1842. 

Austin, Miss Maria A. R. 8 April 1842. 

Austin, Miss H. G. Sister of Mrs. Coolidge. 23 Feb. 1842. 

Austin, Thomas H. 69 J^ Summer~Street. IS Feb. 184,2. 

Bacon, Thomas H. Taken at New Orleans, 8 Feb. 1844. 

Bacon, Henry W. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1844. 

Balch, Joseph. President of the Merchants' Insurance Company. State 
Street. 15 June 1842. 

Barrus, Rev. H. G. Methodist Episcopal Church. 27 Feb. 1S42. 

Bartlett, Flisker. Professor of the Theory and the Practice of Medicine. 
Broadway and "E" Street. 24 May 1842. 

Bartlett, Thomas. 74 years of age. 155 Tremont Street. 16 Dec. 1S41. 



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Bates, Isaac C. 76 State Street. 24 Dec. 1841. 

Benedict, Rowell G. 31 Dec. 1841. 

Benjamin, Miss Theodora L. 5 West Cedar Street. 10 Jan. 1842. 

Bent, Mr. George C. Of South Boston. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 

Bent, Mrs. George C. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 

Bernard, Alexander. 24 June 1842. 

Bernard, L. Cornelius. Doctor. 24 June 1842. 

Bigelow, Captain Charles Henry. U. S. Engineers. Resigned 1846. 14 

March 1842. 
Bigelow, George Tyler. Counsellor at Law. 11 Court Street. Residence 

161 Tremont Street. 18 Feb. 1842. 
Bigelow, John T. Secretary of Commonwealth, Mass. 8 April 1842. 
Blagden, Rev. Geo. W. Pastor of Old South Church. 18 Milk Street. 

Taken at Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1842. 
Blake, Mr. Edward. Counsellor. 39 Court Street. Residence 20 Beacon 

Street. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 Aug. 1849. 
Blake, Mrs. Edward. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 Aug. 1849. 
Boott, Kirk. 29 Dec. 1841. 
Boyles, Jno. A. Counsellor at Law. Elected Secretary of State Jan. 1843. 

I April 1842. 

Bradley, John N. Publisher of Boston "Daily Mail." 16 State Street. 

Residence 202 Tremont Street. 9 Dec. 1841. 
Bradshaw, Andrew. Flour Merchant. 3 City Wharf. Residence 50 Boyl- 

ston Street. 3 Jan. 1842. 
Bradshaw, Laura Hall. Sister of Andrew. 3 Jan. 1842. 
Brayant, Henry. 28 May 1842. 
Brigham, William. Attorney at Law. 35 Court Street. Residence 736 

Washington Street. 23 Jan. 1842. - 
Brigham, L. H. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1842. 
Brimley, George. 8 April 1842. 
Brookhouse, Mrs. Agnes M. 26 Feb. 1842. 
Brooks, Jonathan. 79 years of age. 102 Faneuil Hall Market. Residence 

56 Poplar Street. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1844. 
Brooks, Sidney. 32 Summer Street. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 Aug. 

1842. 
Brown, Carolina E. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1844. 
Bryant, John, Jr. Trader. 1 Derby Avenue. 18 May 1842. 
Bryant, Mrs. John J. Nee Miss Mary Anna Lee. 18 May 1842. 
Billiard, Charles. 70 Faneuil Hall Market. Residence Lyman Place. 

Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1842. 
Bunnell, Mr. Edwin F. Wine Merchant. 11 Chatham Street. 8 Nov. 1841. 
Bunnell, Mrs. Edwin F. Sister of Honorable Levy Woodbury of Frances- 
town, N. H. 26 Feb. 1842. 
Burroughs, George. Aged 83 years. 2 Hollis Street. 15 Dec. 1841.' 
Burroughs, Mrs. Mary. Wife of George. Obt. March 28 1833. 15 Dec. 

1841. 
Burroughs, Miss Caroline. 15 Dec. 1841. 
Burroughs, Henry. 2 Hollis Street. 15 Dec. 1841. 
Burroughs, Miss Rebecca. 15 Dec. 1841. 
Bush, James P. 73 Kilby Street. Residence 73 Pinckney Street. 11 May 

1842. 
Bush, Samuel L. Of Steele, Dexter & Bush. Residence 73 Pinckney St. 

II May 1842. 
Bush, Mary. 24 Feb. 1842. 

Cabot, Samuel. 4 Temple Place. 15 Feb. 1842. 



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Cabot, Mrs. Samuel. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Cabot, Miss E. P. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Cabot, Sarah. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Cabot, Edward C. 7 Feb. 1842. 

Cabot, Mrs. Edward. Nee Miss M. B. Robinson. 17 Feb. 1842. 

Cabot, Louis. 7 Feb. 1842. 

Cadwalader, Lieut. Henry. U. S. 30 May 1842. 

Callendar, Charles J. 17 Nov. 1841. 

Campbell, James C. U. S. N. 26 Feb. 1842. 

Carleton, George J. 18 May 1842. 

Carter, Mrs. James. Mother of Mrs. J. W. Seved. 14 May 1842. 

Cary, Thomas G. 8 1 /- Tremont Row. Residence 10 Temple Place. 15 

Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Mrs. Thomas G. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Gary, Thomas G., Jr. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Emma. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Richard. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Carolina. 16 Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Eliza C. 16 Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Miss M. L,. 16 Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Sarah. 16 Feb. 1842. 
Cary, Mrs. William. Daughter of Col. Perkins of New York. 25 June 

1842. 
Cary, Miss Anne. 25 June 1842. 

Cary, Gertrude. ") _, . „ .. T .. D . „ 

„ ' „ I Twins, two years of age. 26 June 1842. 

Cary, Grace. J 

Chadwick, Christopher G. 11 Mar. 1842. 

Channing, Mrs. R. G. 17 Mar. 1842. 

Chapman, Dummer R Broker. 24 State Street. Residence 6 West Cedar 

Street. 22 June 1842. 
Chapman, Mrs. Dummer R. 22 June 1842. 
Chapman, Jane Eliza C. 22 June 1842. 
Chapman, Mr. Jonathan. Mayor of the City of Boston. 52 Chestnut St. 

21 May 1842. 
Chapman, Mrs. Jonathan. 21 May 1842. 
Chapman, Jonathan. Son of Jonathan. 21 May 1842. 
Chapman, Eliza W. D. Daughter of Jonathan. 21 May 1842. 
Chapman, Mrs. Maria. Sister of H. E. Weston. 12 Feb. 1842. 
Chase, Theodore. 44 State Street. Residence 44 Beacon Street. 29 Jan. 

1842. 
Chase, Mrs. Clarissa. Nee Miss Bigelow. 29 Jan. 1842. 
Chase, Theodore, Jr. 29 Jan. 1842. 
Chase, Charles Henry. 29 Jan. 1842. 
Chase, G. Bigelow. 29 Jan. 1842. 
Child, D. William. 2 Dec. 1841. 
Chipman, Midshipman Henry. Acting Master of the Ship of War "John 

Adams." 3 Mar. 1842. 
Clapp, Alexander Hamilton. Of Yale College. 25 Dec. 1841. 
Clarke, Mr. Augustus. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1842. 
Clarke, Mrs. Augustus. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1842. 
Coffin, George William. Two Portraits. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 27 

July 1840. 
Coffin, James D. Drowned. Fancy Goods. 39 Tremont Row. Residence 

7 West Cedar Street. 11 Dec. 1841. 



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Coffin, Nathaniel W. Of Benjamin Jacobs & Co. Residence 7 "West Cedar 
Street. 19 Nov. 1841. 

Coffin, William S. 7 Rowe Street. 3 June 1842. 

Coindreau, Mons. Alphonse. Merchant. 40 India Wharf. 25 Dec. 1841. 

Collamore, A. F. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

Coolidge, Mrs. Sister of Mrs. H. G. A. Austin. 4 Mar. 1842. 

Coolidge, Miss H. T. A. 10 Feb. 1842. 

Coolidge, C. Austin. Of N. A. Thompson & Co. Residence Beach Street. 
20 Dec. 1841. 

Cotting, Amos. 2 Joys Building-. 7 April 1842. 

Cotting, Amos, Jr. 4 April 1842. 

Cotting, Charles. 4 April 1842. 

Cotting, David. 4 April 1842. 

Cotting-, Franeis. 4 April 1842. 

Craeibon, Joseph. 16 June 1842. 

Crosinan, Captain Geo. H. 6th U. S. Infantry. Retired as Brevet Major 
General. Sy 2 Tremont Row. 31 March 1842. 

Crowninshield, Mrs. G. C. 5 Nov. 1841. 

Cummings, Rufus K. 13 Nov. 1841. 

Curtis, C. P. Senr. Counsellor at Law. see Greenough. 16 Court Street. 
8 April 1842. 

Curtis, Mrs. Charles P. 19 Mt. Vernon Place. 15 April 1842. 

Curtis, Charles P., Jr. 8 April 1842. 

Curtis, George T. Counsellor. 16 Court Street. Residence 22 Beacon 
Street. 27 April 1S42. 

Curtis, H. P. 8 April 1842 

Curtis, Thomas J. 8 April 1842. 

Cushing, Thomas P. 4 Mt. Vernon Street. Importer. Cushing & Wil- 
kinson, 5 Kilby Street. 21 Dec. 1841. 

Cushing, John Gardiner. 7]4 years. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Cushing, Robert M. 6 years. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Cushing, Eliza C. Daughter of the late Mrs. J. L. Watson. 11 Pearl PL 
10 June 1842. 

Cushman, Rev. R. W. D. D. Born Woolwich, Me., 1800. Graduated from 
Columbian College, "Washington. Ordained Pastor in Poughkeep- 
sie. Moved to Philadelphia 1829, where he opened a School for 
Young Ladies. In 1841 was Pastor of Bowdoin Square Baptist 
Church, Boston. In 1847 he went to Washington and opened an- 
other School. His last years were passed at Wakefield, Mass. Died 
1868. Residence 40 Green St. 21 June 1842. 

Dallas, A. J., Jr. Midshipman U. S. N. Resigned 1S47. 2 Mar. 1842. 

Davis, Judge John. Western District Magistrate. Appointed 7 Feb. 1801. 
Resigned July 16th, 1841. Aged SI years. 29 Nov. 1841. 

Davis, Judge John. Two Portraits. Taken at Washington. See Mrs. 
Wm. Sturgis. 31 May 1841. 

Davis, H. T. Grandson of above. 22 Jan. 1842. 

Davis, Isaac P. Naval Officer, Custom House. Residence 1 Milton Place. 
22 Jan. 1842 

Davis, Rebecca. Widow. 13 Dec 1841. 

Davis, Mrs. J. W. Daughter-in-law of Judge Davis. 9 Dec. 1841. 

Davis, John William. 9 Dec. 1841. 

Davis, Frank B. 9 Dec. 1841. 

Davis, Robert S. Publisher. 77 Washington Street. Residence 1 Bed- 
ford Place. 9 Dec. 1841. 

Davis, William N. 9 Dec. 1841. 



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Davis, W. Watson. 9 Dec. 1841. 

Davis, David. 10 Nov. 1841. 

Davies, Mrs. Wendell Thornton. Sister of Miss M. A. P. Russell. 27 Nov. 

1841. 
Dean, Ebenezer. Dealer in Boards. 19 Pearl Street. 24 Nov. 1841. 
Deane, Charles. Residence 11 Edinburgh Street. Of Waterson, Pray & 

Company. 2 Mar. 1842. 
Denne'tt, William H. 4 Charlestown Street. Taken at Washington, 8 

Nov. 1841. 
Denny, Mr. Daniel. Of Denny, Rice & Gardner. American Goods. 41 

Kilby Street. Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1844. 
Denny, Mrs. Daniel. Pearl Street. Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1844. 
Derby, Richard C. Taken at Washington, 15 Mar. 1841. 
Derby, Elias Hasket. Counsellor. 4 Exchange Place. Residence 56 

Boylston Street. 4 Nov. 1841. 
Derby, Mrs. E. H. Aunt of Miss H. D. Catlin of Troy. 4 Nov. 1841. 
Dexter, Mrs. Anne. Mother of Catherine. 12 April 1842. 
Dexter, Miss Catherine. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Dexter, George M. 28 Feb. 1842. 
Dexter, Mr. Thomas A. Counsellor at Law. 28 State Street. 25 May 

1842. 
Dexter, Mrs. Thomas A. 15 Franklin Place. 25 May 1842. 
Dorr, Albert H. Two Portraits. IS Jan. 1842. 
Dorr, Miss Susan E. 19 Jan. 1842. 
Dumaresq, Mrs. James. 29 March 1842. 
Eckley, William H. E. 24 Nov. 1841. 
Eckley, David. 54 Beacon Street. 16 April 1842. 
Eckley, Fanny A. 16 April 1842. 
Eckley, Master Arthur A. 16 April 1842. 
Eldridge, Mrs. P. A. Widow. 12 April 1842 
Eldridge, G. P. 12 April 1842. 
Eliot, Samuel A. Mayor of Boston 1837-1839. 31 Beacon Street. 15 June 

1842. 
Elliott, Charles A. Taken at Baltimore, 21 Nov. 1840. 
Ellison, Francis B. Lieut. U. S. N. Retired 1864 as Commodore. Taken 

at Washington. 23 May 1841. 
Emerson, Frederick. Instructor. 40 Leveret Street. Author of "North 

American Arithmetic." Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1840. 
Emerson, Miss Lucy B. 20 Nov. 1841. 

Erving, Major J. 3rd Artillery, U. S. A. 22 April 1842. 
Faxon, George ST. Brother of Mrs. E. M. Weekes. Of N. Faxon & Co. 76 

Atkinson Street. 2 Dec. 1841. 
Field, A. L. Lyrms Hotel for 20 years. 13 June 1842. 
Fillebrown, Thomas Scott. Midshipman U. S. N. Captain 1S74. 25 Dec. 

1841. 
Folsom, Charles. One of the Proprietors of the University Press. Was 

Chaplain in the U. S. Navy on board the "Washington." He taught 

Farragut. Father of Charles W. Folsom of Cambridge and George 

MacKean Folsom. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Folsom, George MacKean. Son of above. 9 Nov. 1841. 

Folsom, George. Counsellor at Law. Antiquarian. In 1844. State Sena- 
tor. Taken at New York, 21 Jan. 1S40. 
Forbes, Robert B. 48 State Street. Residence Pemberton Square. 31 

Dec. 1841. 
Forbes, Bennett, Two Portraits. 31 Dec. 1841. 



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Forbes, Master Bennett. 31 Dec. 1841. 

Forbes, Miss Alice. ~| _, „.. ., OH _ <0 . H 

--, ,, ,r- ™ y Twins. Z l / 2 years old. 31 Dec. 1841. 

Forbes, Miss Elen. J 

Forbes, Mrs. Margaret. Sister of Col. Thomas Perkins. 

Foster, Mr. Josepb. Late 1st Clerk State Treasury. New England Coffee 

House. Done from description. 
Foster, Mrs. Joseph. 5 April 1842. 
Foster, Jacob. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 
Frothinghain, William E. Dry Goods. Frothingham & Blanehard. 97 

Washington Street. Residence 28 Warren Street. Taken at New 

York. 6 Sept. 1839. 
Gardiner, Henry S. 26 May 1842. 

Gardiner, William H. Counsellor at Law. 9 Court Square. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Gardiner, Mrs. Wm. H. 11 Temple Place. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Gardiner, Caroline L. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Gardiner, John T. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Gardiner, Charles. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Gardiner, Edward. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Gibbene, Daniel L. 31 May 1842. 

Gibson, Charles Hammond. Grandson of Mrs. Samuel Hammond. 
Gibson, John Gardiner. 

Gilbert, Jobn Gibbs. Stage Manager of the Tremont Theatre. After- 
wards Manager of Wallack's Theatre, New York. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Gill's, Lieut. John P. U. S. N. Retired 1873 as Commodore. 4 May 1842. 
Glynn, Lieut. James. U. S. N Appointed Captain 1855. Died 1871. 26 

Mar. 1842. 
Goodrich, Charles B .Counsellor at Law. 20 Court Street. Residence 11 

Montgomery Place. 18 Nov. 1841. 
Goodrich, Samuel G. Author of "Peter Parley's Tales." Publisher. 21 

School Street. Taken at New York, 26 Oct. 1839. 

Goodridge, . Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 

Goodwin, Maria. See Appleton. 22 Jan. 1842. 

Goodwin, Maria. Niece of Mrs. Mary Appleton. 23 Jan. 1842. 

Gourgas, Francis R. Member of the House of Representatives. 21 Jan. 

1842. 
Grafton, C, Jr. 25 April 1842. 

Grant, Miss Eliza W., and her sister-in law. 6 Nov. 1841. 
Grant, Mrs. Patrick. Obt. 1843. 76 Mt. Vernon Place. 6 Nov. 1841. 
Gray, Henry G. 1 Feb. 1842. 
Gray, Mrs. Horace. 22 Nov. 1841. 
Gray, Master. 22 Nov. 1841. 
Gray, John. 24 Mar. 1842. 

Gray, Mr. John H. 30 Nov. 1841. • 

Gray, Mrs. John H. Daughter of Richard Tucker. 30 Nov. 1841. 
Gray, Watson. 24 Dec. 1841. 
Gray, Miss Eliza. 21 Dec. 1841. 
Grayson, J. C. U. S. Marines. 11 May 1842. 
Greene, Anna Lloyd. 23 Dec. 1841. 
Greene, Elizabeth Clarke. Widow of Gardiner Greene. Sister of Lord 

Lindhurst. Mother-in-law of H. Y. Timmins. 3 April 1842. 
Greene, Miss Sarah. 9 April 1842. 
Greene, High W. 2 Mar. 1842. 
Greene, Miss L. E. E. 15 Feb. 1842. 
Greene, Samuel N. See Hassard and Livingstone. Taken at New York, 

13 Nov. 1839. 



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Greenough, James. See Greenough of Jamaica Plain. 20 May 1842. 

Greenough, William, Sr. 29 April 1842. 

Greenough, Mr. Wm. W. 71 Temple Street. 9 April 1842. 

Greenough, Mrs. Wm. W. Daughter of Mrs. C. P. Curtis, Senr. 9 April 

1842. 
Greenwood, Ch. R. 8 Nov. 1841. 
Greenwood, John. 72 Pleasant Street. Of Bigelow & Greenwood. Taken 

at Saratoga, 9 July 1841. 
Greenwood, Rev. Francis W. P. Minister of Kings Chapel. Obt. 1843. 6 

Temple Place. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Greenwood, Mrs. Francis W. P. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Greenwood, Alice Lloyd. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Greenwood, Augustus G. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Greenwood, Charles R. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Greenwood, Francis W. P., Jr. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Greenwood, Mary L. 9 Nov. 1841. 
Guild, Benjamin C. Counsellor at Law. 4 Court Street. Residence 24 

Beacon Street. 11 Nov. 1841. 
Guild, B. G. 11 Nov. 1841. 
Hall, Dudley C. Of Manning & Hall. Boards. 26 Pearl Street. 9 April 

1842. 
Hall, Joseph. Taken at Philadelphia, 6 Oct. 1842. 
Hammond, Samuel. Son of Mrs. Samuel, Jr. Two Portraits. 1 May 1842 

and 16 Nov. 1841. 
Hammond, Mrs. Samuel. (Sarah) Somerset Place. 4 Nov. 1841. 
Hammond, John L. Son. 4 Nov. 1841. 
Hammond, Widow of Samuel Jr. Formerly a Miss Greene. (Susan) 49 

Beacon Street. Died 22 March 1844. Two Portraits. 16 Nov. 1841 

and 1 May 1842. 
Hammond, Charles. Son of Mrs. Samuel. 5 Nov. 1841. 

Hammond, John Carver Palfrey. Grandson of Mrs. Samuel. 4 Nov. 1841. 
Hammond, Charles. Grandson of Samuel, see Gibson. 26 Dec. 1841. 
Hammond, Gardiner Greene. With Dog Turk. Two Portraits. 1 May 

1842. 
Hancock, Mary L. Daughter of the late Governor of Mass. 8 June 1842. 
Harris, Henry. U. S. Deputy Marshall. 1 Court House. Residence 2 

Hartford Place. 3 Nov. 1841. 
Harris, Rev. Thaddeus Mason. Aged 74. Episcopal Church. Obt. 3 April 

1842. 14 Jan. 1842. 
Harrison, Lieut. Massillon. 2nd Lieut. U. S. Engineers. Born in Mary- 
land. Died 1854. 28 Dec. 1841. 
Hassard, Samuel Nicholson. Taken at New York, 13 Nov. 1839. 
Hassard, Mrs. Thomas Bloomingdale. Tr.ken at New York, 13 Nov. 1839. 
Hassler, Mrs. Mariane. Wife of Professor F. R. Hassler of U. S. Coast 

Survey. Taken at Washington, 7 June 1841. 
Hayward, Pelham W. President of the Suff. Insurance Co. Tremont 

House. 23 Feb. 1842. 
Heath, Miss Abbey R. H. 4 April 1842. 

Higginson, James P. Merchant. 45 Mt. Vernon Street. 25 April 1842. 
Hoffman, Colden Cade. Brother to Martin. Taken at New York, 24 Aug. 

1839. 
Hoffman, Lindley Murray. Son. Born Oct. 1832. Taken at New York, 24 

Aug. 1839. 
Hoffman, Miss Mary Catherine. 16 Feb. 1842. 
Hoffman, Emily. Daughter of Colden. Taken at New York, 24 Aug. 1839. 



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Hoffman, Martin. Brother of Colden. Taken at New York, 19 Aug-. 1839. 

Holnier, Mr. Eleazer. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

Holnier, Mrs. Eleazer. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

Homer, Mr. AV. F. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

Homer, Mrs. W. F. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

Hooper, Robert C. Merchant. 26 Central Wharf. Residence 51 Mount 

Vernon St. 15 Jan. 1842. 
Hooper, Samuel. 21 South Street. 10 Jan. 1842. 
Hooper, Mrs. Samuel. Daughter of Mrs. William Sturgis. Mother of 

Mrs. J. Read. 10 Jan. 1842. 
Hooper, William. Son. 15 Jan. 1842. 
Hooper, Alice B. 10 Jan. 1842. 
Hooper, Anna Maria. 10 Jan. 1842. 

Hooper, Elen. I Children of R. W. Hooper. M. D. Jan. 1842. 

Hooper, Edward 31. J 

Hooper, Robert, Jr. President of Boston Bank. 39 Commercial Wharf. 

Residence 51 Mt. Vernon Street. 30 Mar. 1842. 
Hooper, Henry. 30 Mar. 1842. 
Hooper, John. 30 Mar. 1842. 
Hooper, R. 30 March 1842. 
Howe, "William A. 7 April 1842. 
Howard, A. W. 9 Nov. 1841. 

Hull, George. Lieutenant Governor of Mass. 27 May 1842. 
Humphrey, Henry B. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 
Isnard, Mons. Max. French Consul. 22 April 1842. 
Isnard, Master. 22 April 1842. 

Ives, George H. Taken at Saratoga, 28 June 1843. 
Jacobs, Mrs. Nee Coffin. 10 Dec. 1841. 
Jacobs, Elisha. 10 Dec. 1841. 
Jacobs, Sarah Ann. 10 Dec. 1841. 
Jacobs, Benjamin. Of Coffin & Jacobs' Linen Store. 43 Tremont Row. 

4 Dec. 1841. 
James, John W. Counsellor. 10 Court Street. Residence 3 Washington 

Place. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1843. 
Jeffries, John. M. D. 9 Franklin Street. 20 Dec. 1841. 
Jeffries, Mrs. John. 20 Dec. 1841. 
Jeffries, John, Jr. 15 June 1841. 
Johnson, Eastman. Portrait Painter. Of Boston and Washington. Born 

at Lovell, Me. Traveled in Europe and painted the celebrated pic- 
ture the "Card Players" 1849. Settled in New York on his return. 

Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1844. 
Johnson, H. A. Taken at Saratoga, 31 July 1844. 
Jordan, Wm. H. S. Publisher. 121 Washington Street. Residence 46 

Harrison Avenue. 16 Nov. 1841. 
Joy, Mr. John B. 11 Milton Place. 30 Nov. 1841. 
Joy, Mrs. John B. Sister of Mrs. Caroline S. Webster of Washington. 30 

Nov. 1841. 
Joy, Joseph. Son of above. 30 Nov. 1841. 
Kidder, J. G. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1842. 
Kielchen, P. A. Russian Consul. 22 April 1842. 
Kimball, Moses. Of the Boston Museum. Tremont Street. Residence 1 

Carver Street. 25 June 1842. 
King, Miss Caroline H. 24 Jan. 1842. 
King, John Galleson. Counsellor, at Law. 27 State Street. Residence 

669 Washington Street. 24 Jan. 1842 



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Kitty, Lieut. A. H. U. S. N. 13 Feb. 1842. 

Kneeland, Samuel, Jr. Sub-Professor of Zoology and Physiology in Mass. 

Institute of Technology. 30 May 1842. 
Kuhn, George H. 40 State Street. Residence 63 Beacon Street. 15 June 

1842. 
Lamb, Rosanna. Widow. Aged 81. 8 Hamilton Place. 8 Jan. 1842. 
Lamb, Thomas. President of the Washington Insurance Co. Residence 

15 Winthrop Place. 17 June 1842. 
Lamb, Mrs. Thomas. Sister of Frank E. Eliot of Washington. 17 Jan. 

1842. 
Lamb, Charles Duncan. 17 Jan. 1842. 
Lamb, Emily G. 17 Jan. 1842. 
Lamb, Margy Eliot. 17 Jan. 1842. 
Lamb, William Eliot. 17 Jan. 1842. 
Lambert, Rev. Thomas R. Chaplain of U. S. N. Resigned 1856. Two 

Portraits. 7 June 1842. 
Lambert, Rev. Thomas R. Another Portrait taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 

1841. 
Lawrence, Abbott. Member of Congress. Subsequently Minister to Great 

Britain 1849-1853. Founder of Law Scientific School at Cambridge. 

11 Mar. 1842. 
Lawrence, Mrs. Abbott. 7 Park Place. IS Feb. 1842. 
Lawrence, Abbott, Jr. 18 Feb. 1842. 
Lawrence, Miss Annie B. 18 Feb. 1842. 
Lawrence, James. 18 Feb. 1842. 
Lawrence, Kitty B. 18 Feb. 1842. 
Lawrence, T. B. 18 Feb. 1842. 
Lawrence, Amos. Of Amos, Abbott & Co. 11 Liberty Square. Residence 

143 Tremont Street. 22 March 1842. 
Lawrence, R. M. Son. 21 Feb. 1842. 

Lawrence, William. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1844. 
Lekain, Mrs. J. Aged 85 years. Mother of Mr. Samuel Appleton. Died 

1843. — 1841-1842. 
Lewis, S. S. Agent for Steamers. 1 Commercial Wharf. Taken at Sara- 
toga. 26 July 1845. 
Lincoln, Albert Lamb. Of Lincoln & Reed. Jewelers. 65 Washington 

Street. Residence 76 Orange Court. 18 June 1842. 
Lindsay, Captain G. F. Assistant Quartermaster of Marines, U. S. N. see 

Mrs. Mary Lindsay of Philadelphia. 11 Feb. 1842. 
Livingston, Mr. A. H. Taken at New York, 27 April 1S40. 
Livingston, Mrs. A. H. Nee Miss Greene. Taken at New York, 27 April 

1840. 
Loring, Mr. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1840. 
Loring, Mrs. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1840. 
Loring, Mrs. Relief. 27 State Street. Residence 669 Washington Street. 

24 Jan. 1842. 
Loring, Ellis Gray. Son of Mrs. Relief. Counsellor of Law. Held strong 

anti-slavery opinions, maintaining in the Mass. Supreme Court that 

the soil of Massachusetts liberated the slave. 24 Jan. 1842. 
Loring, Anna. Grand daughter of Mrs. Relief. 24 Jan. 1842. 
Loring, George B. 1 Dec. 1841. 
Lothrop, Eliza L. 20 Nov. 1841. 

Lovatt, Captain Frederick M. Of Packet Ship. 13 June. 1842. 
Love, Mrs. William E. 9 Mar. 1842. 
Love, William E., Jr. — April 184 2. 



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Lovett, Frederick W. Taken at New Orleans, 8 Feb. 1844. 

Lowell, James Russell. Poet and Essayist. 30 Nov. 1841. 

Lowell, Mrs. F. C. 53 Beacon Street. 24 Nov. 1841. 

Lowell, Miss Georgia. 24 Nov. 1841. 

Lowell, Miss Mary. 24 Nov. 1841. 

Lowry, Robert H. 2 Dec. 1841. 

Lyman, Miss M. B. Governess in the family of Mrs. T. G. Cary. 18 Feb. 
1842. 

Lymn, John C. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1843. 

Maeder, James G. Professor of Music. 127 Essex Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

Maffit, William. Surgeon in U. S. Army. 28 May 1842. 

Mason, Lowell. Professor of Music. Was President of the Haydn So- 
ciety of Music and founded the Boston Academy of Music in 1832. 
14 Tan. 1842. 

Mason, John. 4 Bulfinch Street. 6 Nov. 1841. 

Mason, Mrs. Isabella. 6 Nov. 1841. 

Mason, Alice and Cat. 6 Nov. 1841. 

Mason, Arthur. 6 Nov. 1841. 

Mason, Miss Isabella. 6 Nov. 1841. 

McCollom, J. Van Dalia. Midshipman on board Sloop of War "John 
Adams." Promoted to Master 1855 and Lieutenant 1855. Resigned 
1859. 2 March 1842. 

Mead, Mr. Samuel O. Broker. 1 Niles Bldg. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 
1844. 

Mead, Mrs. Samuel O. See Miss Maria L. W. Mead of Waterston, N. Y. 
Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

Merrill, Rev. Abraham D. Methodist Episcopal Church. 21 Mar. 1842. 

Miles, James R. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

Miles, William H. 7 Nov. 1841. 

Miller, Mrs. Charles. Widow of Charles Miller. 10 Mar. 1842. 

Monroe, James. First Lieutenant 6th Regiment. 22 April 1842. 

Newell, Miss Ellen A. 4 June 1842. 

Ogden, William S. Lieutenant U. S. Navy. 30 May 1842. 

Osgood, John H. 30 June 1842. 

Osgood, Miss. 30 June 1842. 

Osgood, Isaac P. Counsellor at Law. 5 Court Street. 5 Nov. 1841. 

Osgood, Mrs. Isaac P. 5 Nov. 1841. 

Osgood, Josiah. Dealer in Boards. 96 Chestnut Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 15 July 1840. 

Paige, Harriet White. 30 Nov. 1841. 

Paige, James William. Domestic Goods. Ill Milk Street. Residence 62 
Summer Street. 30 Nov. 1841. 

Paige, Mr. J. W. 30 Nov. 1841. 

Paige, Mrs. J. W. 30 Nov. 1841. Formerly Miss Harriette Story White. 

Parker, Daniel P. See Mrs. E. Quincey. Merchant. 40 State Street. 
Residence 40 Beacon Street. 19 Jan. 1842. 

Parker, Mrs. Daniel P. 19 Jan. 1842. 

Parker, Miss Emily Taylor. 19 Jan. 1842 

Parker, Henry T. 19 Jan. 1842. 

Parker, George Phillips. Temperance.. 6 June 1842. 

Parker, Richard G. Principal of Johnson Schools. Residence 12 Orange 
Street. 6 June 1842. 



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Parsons, Theophilus. Lawyer and Writer. Upholder of the Swedenborg- 
ian Doctrines. 4 Court Street. Residence 19 West Cedar Street. 
24 Feb. 1842. 

Parsons, William. President of the Massachusetts Bank. 7 Louisburg 
Square. 24 Feb. 1842. 

Parsons, Mrs. William. 24 Feb. 1842. 

Parsons, Miss Elizabeth. 24 Feb. 1842. 

Parsons, Miss Martha. Baby. 24 Feb. 1842. 

Payson, Miss Mary P. 13 June 1842. 

Peck, Widow of Professor Peck. Professor of Natural History, Harvard 
College. IS June 1842. 

Perkins, Col. Thomas. Three Portraits. (See Mrs. E. Sturgis.) Temple 
Place. 16 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, Mrs. Thomas. 16 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, George C. 16 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, Miss S. E. 16 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, Thomas H., Jr. Four Portraits. 1 Joy Place. 19 Mar. 1842 and 
15 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, Mrs. Thomas H., Jr. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, A. T. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, P. C. Shot by accident July 8th, 1842. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, Miss Louisa. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Perkins, P. D. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Phelps, Abel. Importer of Spirits. 18 Long Wharf. Residence 10 Bul- 
finch Street. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1844. 

Phelps, Miss Maria W. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1844. 

Phelps, Miss Caroline. 8 Jan. 1842. 

Phillips, Mr. Jonathan. Son of the late Governor of Mass. 17 Mar. 1842. 

Phillips, Mrs. Jonathan. 61 Mount Vernon Place. 17 Mar. 1842. 

Pickering, Arthur. 16 Lewis Wharf. Residence 34 Boylston Street. 
Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1842. 

Pickett, Richard. Lost in the Lexington Steamer which was burned at 
sea 13 Jan. 1840. Taken at New York, 5 Sept. 1839. 

Pierpont, Rev. John. Pastor and Poet. Pastor of Hollis Street Church. 
Born in Litchfield, Conn. Toured Asia Minor. Determined oppo- 
nent of slavery. Went to the War as Chaplain of the Forces until 
his health gave out, when he was given a Clerkship in the Treas- 
ury. 13 June 1842. 

Pierpont, Mary Lord. 18 Essex Street. 13 June 1842. 

Pierpont, Mrs. Lord. 13 June 1842. 

Piper, Lieut. Ferdinand. U. S. N. Drowned 1844. 18 June 1842. 

Plummer, T. M. U. S. A. 17 Nov. 1841. 

Plumbe, John, Jr. 2 Nov. 1841. Phitography Institute. 

Pratt, Mrs. S. B. Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1844. 

Priest, John P. Iron and Steel Merchant. 11 India Wharf. Residence 
22 Winter Street. 26 May 1842. 

Prince, James. 31 Mar. 1842. 

Prince, William E. 1st Lieut. 1st Infantry, U. S. A. Appointed Major 
1861 and Brevet Lieut. Colonel for meritorious service during the 
war. 5 Feb. 1842. 

Putnam, Rev. Allen. Editor of New England "Farmer." 52 North Mar- 
ket Street. 15 June 1842. 

Putnam, Miss Catherine. 15 June 1842. 

Quincy, Josiah, Jr. President of the Senate, Mass. See Mrs. H. Ruthven 
Waterston. 27 State Street. 8 Jan. 1842. 



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Quincy, Mrs. Josiah, Jr. 5 Milton Place. 8 Jan. 1842. 

Quincy, L. M. S Jan. 1842. 

Quincy, Mary A. 8 Jan. 1842. 

Quincy, Tertius and Dog. 8 Jan. 1842. 

Read, Mr. B. J. 10 Jan. 1842. 

Read, Mrs. B. J. Daughter of Mrs. Hooper. 10 Jan. 1842. 

Read, John H. Son. 10 Jan. 1842. 

Read, AVilliam. 3 June 1842. 

Reynolds, Mr. Edward. Aged 81 Tears. 5 Washington Place. 20 Jan. 

1842. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Edward. Daughter of Peter Lorillard of Saratoga. Sis- 
ter of Mrs. J. Wolfe of New York. 20 Jan. 1842. 
Reynolds, Mr. Charles G. 26 Jan. 1842. 
Reynolds, Mrs. Charles G. 26 Jan. 1842. 
Rice, George Edward. West India Goods. 13 India Wharf. Residence 

23 Brighton Street. 23 Jan. 1842. 
Rice, Henry Jr. Of Spalding, Rice & Hastings, 9 Rowe Street. 23 Jan. 

1842. 
Rice, Louisa. 15 Dec. 184.1. 
Rice, Anna Maria. 15 Dec. 1841. 
Riddle, Miss Ellen M. 10 Nov. 1841. 
Roades, Rev. B. H. Taken at New York, 5 Oct. 1839. 

Roades, Mrs. B. H. From Providence. Taken at New York, 5 Oct. 1839. 
Rogers, Rev. W. M. Central Church. 26 Jan. 1842. 
Russell, G. Hammond. 6 Nov. 1841. 
Russell, G. R. 26 Feb. 1842. 
Russell, J. H. 5 Court Street. 11 Dec. 1841. 
Russell, Honorable James D. Counsellor at Law. Late member of Mass. 

Legis. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1844. 
• Russell, Miss M. A. P. Sister of Mrs. W. T. Davies. 27 Nov. 1841. 
Russell, Mr. Moses B. 20 May 1842. 
Russell, Mrs. Moses B. Miniature Painter of 21 School Street. 20 May, 

1842. 
Russell, Mr. N. P. 34 Beacon Street. 27 Nov. 1841. 
Russell, Mrs. N. P. 27 Nov. 1841. 
Russell, N. P. Jr. 6 Nov. 1841. 

Scott, Lieut. Gustavus H. U. S. N. Appointed Rear Admiral 1873. Re- 
tired 1874. 16 June 1842. 
Searle, Rev. Addison. Chaplain U. S. N. U. S. Hotel. Died 1850. 5 May 

1842. 
Sever, Mr. James W. 14 May 1842. 

Sever, Mrs. James W. Daughter of Wm. J. Carter. 14 May 1842. 
Sewall, Mr. Samuel E. Counsellor at Law. 10 State Street. Taken at 

Saratoga, 9 July 1844. 
Sewall, Mrs. Samuel E. Taken at Saratoga, 9 July 1844. 
Shaw, G. Howland. Barion Street. Residence Belknap and Beacon Sts. 

26 Feb. 1842. 
Shaw, Francis G. 51 Commercial Wharf. 10 Feb. 1842. 

Shaw, Lemuel. Chief Justice Supreme Judicial Court, Mass. 16 June 1842. 
Shaw, John O. Son of Chief Justice Shaw. 49 Mt. Vernon Place. 16 

June 1842. 
Sheafe, Major Henry. Military Storekeeper, Mass. Arsenal, Clinton Street. 

Residence 194 Tremont. 4 Dec. 1841. 
Shepard, Isaac F. Author of "Pebbles from Costalia Village." Penielingo 

dr Le. Teacher in Mather School, South Boston. 27 Nov. 1841. 



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Shiminin, Charles T. 22 Dec. 1841. 

Shimmin, Thomas D. 4 Bowdoin Square. 25 Dec. 1841. 

Sigourney, Daniel A. Cashier of Washington Bank. 19 Nov. 1841. 

Smith, Mrs. S. L>. Of W. H. Tremont Theatre. 6 May 1842. 

Snell, E. S. Professor at Amherst College. 20 Dec. 1841. 

Sohier, William D. Counsellor at Law. Two Portraits. 41 State Street. 
Residence 88 Franklin Place. 28 Feb. 1842. 

Sohier, Mrs. William D. 28 Feb. 1842. 

Sohier, Miss M. D. 4 April 1842. 

Sohier, Miss E. B. Sister of G. 4 April 1842. 

Sohier, G. 4 April 1842. 

Sohier, William. 2S May 1842. 

Sohier, Edward D. Counsellor at Law. 19 Court Street. Residence 21 
Franklin Place. 6 April 1842. 

Sohier, J. Foster. 6 April 1842. 

Soule, Richard. Crescent Place. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1844. 

Sprague, Charles. Poet. And Cashier of Globe Bank. Died April 17, 
1891. 502 Washington Street. 18 April 1842. 

Sprague, Miss Helen Elizabeth. 18 April 1842. 

Steele, Jonathan D. Of Steele, Dexter & Bush, Auctioneers and Commis- 
sion Merchants. 5 and 6 Pearl Street. 12 May 1842. 

Steele, Mrs. Jonathan D. 2 Boylston Place. Obt. April 18th. Taken from 
description. 12 May 1842. 

Steele, Catherine E. 14 May 1842. 

Steele, Charlotte R. 14 May 1842. 

Steele, Maniford R. 12 May 1842. 

Steele, Miss Mary Charlotte. 12 May 1842 

Stevens, Benjamin. Sergeant-at-Arms Massachusetts Legislature. State 
House. 46 Hancock Street. 19 April 1842. 

Stevenson, J. Thomas. Legislator — House of Representatives, Mass. 63 
Hancocl* Street. 30 April 1842. 

Stevenson, J. Thomas. Another Picture. 17 May 1842. 

Stevenson, Mrs. J. Thomas. 17 May 1842. 

Stevenson, Miss Hannah Greeley. 17 May 1842. 

Stevenson, Robert Hooper. 17 May 1842. 

Stevenson, Thomas Greeley. 17 May 1842. 

Story, Wm. W. Counsellor at Law. 16 Court Street. Residence 9 Somer- 
set Court. 30 Nov. 1841. 

Sturgis, Captain Josiah. Commander U. S. Revenue Cutter. Resides on 
Board. 27 Nov. 1841. 

Sturgis, H. P. 2 Dec. 1841. 

Sturgis, Samuel P. 23 Jan. 1842. 

Sturgis, Widow Elizabeth. Beach Street. 86 years of age. Sister of Col. 
T. Perkins. 24 Jan. 1842. 

Sturgis, Mrs. William. Daughter of Judge Davis. 10 Jan. 1842. 

Swain, William W. 1 Feb. 1842. 

Sweet, Nathaniel. Mason. 6 Poplar Street. 2 Dec. 1841. 

Tappan, William B. S. S. Books. 5 Cornhill. Residence 2 Cherry Street. 
4 April 1842. 

Tarbell, Silas P. Deputy Sheriff. 8 Court Square. Residence 7 Greene 
Street. 1 July 1842. 

Taylor, Rev. Edward J. T. Prince Street. 1 June 1842. 

Tenney, A. G. Editor of "Boston Daily Evening Telegraph." 10 April 1S42. 

Thaeher, Charles, M. D. 40 Chestnut Street. 2 Dec. 1841. 

Thaxter, W., Jr. Russian Vice Consul. 16 June 1S42. 



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Thayer, John Elliot. Broker. 28 State Street. Residence 18 Mount Ver- 
non Place. 18 June 1842. 

Thompson, Mrs. Mother of Thomas Thompson. 1 Nov. 1841. 

Thompson, Thomas. 1 Nov. 1841. 

Thornton, John Wingate. Counsellor at Law. Born in Saco, Me. Foun- 
der of New England Historic Genealogical Society. 17 State Street. 
Boards at U. S. Hotel. 2 Dec. 1841. 

Tilden, Mrs. Bryant P. Died Mar. 26th, 1842. See Miss C. B. Tilden of 
Jamaica Plain. 10 Dec. 1841. 

Timmins, Henry. President of Ocean Insurance Co. 11 Mount Vernon 
Place. Son-in-law of Mrs. G. Greene. 12 April 1842. 

Tisdale, William Jr. 21 Feb. 1842. 

Torrey, Mrs. Elizabeth B. 15 Feb. 1842. 

Tucker, Miss Lucia A. 23 April 1842. 

Tucker, Nathaniel. Painter. 3 Bridge Street Court. Taken at New Or- 
leans, 6 Jan. 1844. 

Tucker, Richard. Father of Mrs. J. H. Gray. Died 6 Jan. 1842. 15 Dec. 
1841. 

Tuckerman, H. H. Merchant. 3 Bulfinch Street. Taken at Philadelphia, 
17 Nov. 1842. 

Tuckerman, J. Francis. M. D. Asst. Surgeon U. S. N. Resigned 1852. 26 
Feb. 1842. 

Tuckerman, Miss Sophia 31. 16 April 1842. 

Upham, Henry. Commission Merchant. S Pearl Street. Residence 20 Mt. 
Vernon Place. Taken at New York, 16 Nov. 1839. 

Upham, Mrs. S. M. S. Taken at Saratoga, 13 Aug. 1840. 

Van "Wart, Henry. See Henry Van Wart, Birmingham, England. Count- 
ing Room, 91 Kilby Street. 18 Nov. 1841. 

Van Wart, Mrs. Henry. 18 Nov. 1841. 

Wainwright, Mr. Peter. Treasurer of Savings Bank. 31 Mar. 1842. 

Wainwright, Mrs. Peter. 31 Mar. 1842. • 

Wainwrig-ht, Elizabeth Mayhew. 31 Mar. 1842. 

Wainwright, Susanna Hart well. 31 Mar. 1842. 

AVainwright, Miss E. M. Daughter of Dr. Wainwright of New York. 4 
April 1842. 

Wainwright, Robert A. 2nd Lieut. U. S. Ordnance. Appointed Lieut. Col. 
1863. Brevet Col. for faithful service in Ordnance Department. 
Died 1866. 

"Walker, Amasa. Member of Congress. Born in Woodstock, Conn. Sub- 
sequently Lecturer on Political Economy at Oberlin College. 1850 
became Senator. Examiner in Political Economy at Harvard 1853- 
1860. Lecturer on Political Economy at Amherst 1853-1860. 22 
South Market Street. Residence 7 Montgomery Place. Died 1875. 
22 Mar. 1842. 

Ward, Samuel G. 54 State Street. Residence 3 Louisburgh Square. 5 
Jan 1842. 

Warren, Miss Emily. 5 Nov. 1841. 

AVaterston, Robert Senr. Two Portraits. Dry Goods Merchant. 71 Kilby 
Street. Residence High and Oliver Streets. 10 Mar. 1842. 

Waterston, Rev. R. C. Pitts Street Chapel. 37 Temple St. 22 Dec. 1841. 

AVaterston, Mrs. R. C. 22 Dec. 1S41 

AVaterston, Helen Ruthven. 22 Dec. 1841. 

AVaterston, Mrs. William. With Baby. Daughter of President Josiah 
Quincy, Sr. 31 Dec. 1S41. 

Watson, Benjamin N. 17 June 1842. 



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Watson, Elizabeth. Widow of Andrew. Williams Court. 10 June 1842. 

Watson, James R. Lieutenant U. S. N. 22 May 1842. 

AVatson, Rev. John L. Episcopal Church. 25 High Street. 28 May 1842. 

Watson, Rev. John L. Trinity Church. 19 Nov. 1841. 

AVatson, Mrs. John L. Mother of Mrs. Eliza C. Cushing. 19 Nov. 1841. 

AVatson, Samuel Edmiston. Lieut. Col. U. S. Marines. 18 Mar. 1842. 

Watts, Talbot. 9 Nov. 1841. 

AVebster, Mrs. J. W. 18 Nov. 1841. 

AVebster, Catherine Prescott. 18 Nov. 1841. 

AVebster, Harriet W. 18 Nov. 1841. 

AVebster, Sarah Hiekling. 18 Nov. 1841. 

Weeks, James H. Brother-in-law to . 18 Nov. 1841. 

Weeks, Mrs. E. M. Sister of George N. Fa.xon. 18 Nov. 1841. 
Weld, Moses AVilliam. 25 May 1842. 

Welles, Benjamin. 31 State Street. Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. 1843. 
AVelles, Mrs. Benjamin. 16 Chestnut Street. Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. 
1843. 

AVelles, Elizabeth S. ^ „ . . . , 

-«r .. M . ^ Daughters of above. 

AVelles, Miss G. y __ . . _, , „ . -,„,„ 

,„ r „ ' „ f Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. 1843. / 

AVelles, Susan C. J 

AVelles, Benjamin S. 12 Nov. 1841. 

AVells, J. 26 April 1842. 

AVentworth, Miss A. E. 5 Jan. 1842. 

AVeston, H. E. Brother of Mrs. Chapman. 14 Feb. 1842. 

White, Mr. Ferdinand E. Merchant. 22 Long Wharf. 21 April 1842. 

AVhite, Mrs. Ferdinand E. 61 Chestnut Street. 21 April 1842. 

White, Granville B. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1843. 

Wildes, Moses. Boards at New England Coffy House. Of Baxter & 
Wildes, West India Goods. 22 April 1842. 

Willard, Aaron. Clockmaker. 843 Washington Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 22 July 1844. 

AVillard, Miss Caroline. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1844. 

Willard, F. A. M. D. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1844. 

AVillard, Josiah. Watchmaker. 414 Washington Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 8 Sept. 1843. 

Williams, Rev. John. Protestant Episcopal Church. 5 Mar. 1842. 

Williams, Thomas AV. Taken at Baltimore, 3 Dec. 1840. 

Wilson, Joseph. Purser U. S. N. Appointed Pay Director on the Retired 
List 1871. Died 1875. 20 Jan. 1842. 

Wilson, Mrs. Joseph. 20 Jan. 1842. 

Wilson, John. 20 Jan. 1842. 

Wilson, Joseph, Jr.. 20 Jan. 1S42. 

Wilson, Leonard. 20 Jan. 1842. 

Wilson, Miss L. E. 20 Jan. 1842. 

Wilson, Mr. AV. H. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1844. 

AVilson, Mrs. AV. H. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1844. 

AVinthrop, Hon. Robert Chase. Residence 21 Summer Street. Member of 
Congress. Orator. Speaker of Congress 1847-1849. Lawyer and 
Writer. 11 Court Street. 20 May 1842. 

Wolcott, T. H. 15 Mar. 1842. 

Wood, Benjamin B. Watchmaker. 87 Washington Street. Residence 
Gouch Street. 12 Mar. 1842. 

Yard, Edward 31. Lieut. U. S. N. on Board "John Adams." Appointed 
Commander 1855. Resigned 1866. 1 Mar. 1842. 

Young, Rev. Dr. Alexander. Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1843. 



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BRAINBRIDGE. 
Eigenbrodt, Rev. AVilliani E. Taken at New York, 2 May 1840. 

BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT. 
Alexander, Caleb. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1841. 

BRAZIL, SOUTH AMERICA. 
Martins, Senor Marcos. Taken at Troy, 2 Sept. 1841. 

BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT. 

Hamilton, Alexander. 9 April 1841. 

Hewit, Nathaniel. Taken at Philadelphia, 22 Sept. 1842. 

Hewit, Nathaniel. Another Picture. Taken at Philadelphia, 23 Sept. 

1842. 
Smith, Rev. Daniel. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 15 Aug. 1840. 
Sterling, David. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1840. 

BRIDGETON, NEW JERSEY. 

Jones, Rev. Samuel Beach. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Taken 
at Philadelphia, 13 Oct. 1843. 

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND. 
Winship, Capt. Jonathan. Taken at Boston, 24 Nov. 1841. 

BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Goddard, Eliza. Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1844. 
Goddard, Louisa. Wife of Dr. Paul B. Goddard. Taken at Boston, 1 

April 1S42. 
Gray, Miss Anna Augusta. Taken at Boston, 27 Dec. 1841. 
Hone, Mrs. Elizabeth. Taken at Boston, 4 April 1841. 
Wilde, Charles. M. D. Taken at Boston, 29 Mar. 1842. 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. 

Bancroft, H. Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1844. 

Berry, Captain Charles C. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1843. 

Cox, Rev. Samuel Hanson. D. D. 1st Presbyterian Church. Professor 
Extraordinary of Biblical and Christian History in the Union Theo- 
logical Seminary of New York. Taken at Saratoga, 21 Aug. 1844. 

Cutler, Rev. B. C. D. D. Rector of St. Anne's Church. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 14 Aug. 1844. 

Estes, Mrs. E. C. Daughter of A. Bigelow, Jr., of Boston. Taken at Bal- 
timore, 21 Nov. 1840. 

Fotheringham, 3Irs. A. R. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1844. 

Goddard, Rev. Kingston. Emmanuel Church. Son of M. Goddard of 
Philadelphia. 20 Sept. 1843. 

Goddard, Mrs. Kingston. At Wm. Clibborn's, State Street, 20 Sept. 1843. 

Greene, Mrs. J. D. Taken at New York, 2 Nov. 1839. 

Greene, AVilliam J. Taken at New York, 2 Nov. 1839. 

Hastings, George. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1844. 

Hastings, Mrs. George. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1844. 

Jacobus, Rev. .Melancthon. 1st Presbyterian Church. Born in Newark, 
N. J. Subsequently Professor of Oriental and Biblical Literature 
at Allegheny City Theological College and Minister to Central 
Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh. Died 1876. 2 Oct. 1S40. 



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Lequer, N. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1842. 

Marsh, Rev. J. Vice-President of Temperance League. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 3 Aug. 1842. 

Maxwell, Georgiana M. Of New York. 20 Sept. 1843. 

Maxwell, Grace Catherine. 20 Sept. 1843. 

Maxwell, Margaret S. 20 Sept. 1843. 

Max-well, Matilda. Mother of above. Native of Belfast, Ireland. 20 Sept. 
1843. 

O'Donnell, Rev. James. O. S. A. St. Paul's Church. 6 Feb. 1840. 

Pierrepont, Henry Evelyn. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1840. 

Rockwell, William. 31 Dec. 1839. 

Shortes, M. 20 Sept. 1843. 

Smith, William Asa. (See William A. of N. Y.). Taken at New York, 10 
Jan. 1840. 

Soren, George S. Dry Goods. 68 Beaver Street. Taken at Saratoga, 10 
July 1840. 

Sullivan, Susan. 20 Sept. 1S43. 

Sutherland, Mary Florence. 11 Mar. 1843. 

Thomas, George F. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1844. 

Thomas, Mrs. George F. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1844. 

Watson, Hugh L. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Sept. 1843. 

BUCKESGHAM, VIRGINIA. 
Hubard, Edmund W. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 8; July 
1841. 

BUCYRUS, OHIO. 
Sweeney, George. Member of Congress. Born in Pennsylvania. Taken 
at Washington, 17 June 1841. 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 

Angier, Mrs. Anne Louisa. 21 S. Division Street. Daughter of Judge J. 
Lanman of Conn. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1843. 

Fay, Major M. F. Taken at Washington, 15 Mar. 1841. 

Fillmore, Millard. Member of Congress. Attorney at Law of Fillmore 
& Haven. 128 Franklin Street. Afterwards 13th President of the 
United States. Taken at Washington, 14 June 1841. 

Foote, Thomas M. Editor "Commercial Advertising." 157 E. Seneca St. 
Taken at Washington, 8 May 1841. 

Gumbell, Rev. Joseph M. 60 Godell St.. Pastor of Evangelical Church. 
Taken at Washington, 2 Mar. 1841. 

Lea, John R. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1843. 

Stocking, Sarah B. 7 Ellicott Street. Widow of Joseph. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 25 July . 

BURLINGTON, NEW JERSEY. 
Chester, Miss. Taken at Philadelphia, 6 Nov. 1842. 
Chester, Miss E. H. Taken at Philadelphia, 6 Nov. 1842. 
Chester, Miss M. W. Taken at Philadelphia, 6 Nov. 1842. 
Germain, Rev. R. J. St. Mary's Hall. Taken at Philadelphia, 9 June 

1843. 

BURLINGTON, VERMONT. 
Arthur, Mrs. John A. See Arthur of New York. Taken at New York, 7 

Oct. 1839. 
Bostwick, Elizabeth W. Wife of Horatio W. Edouart's landlady at the 

City Hotel. Taken at Boston, 3 June 1843. 



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CAHOKIA, ILLINOIS. 

Reynolds, John. Member of Congress. Subsequently Speaker in House 
of Representatives. Died 1865. Taken at Washington, 3 Feb. 1841. 

CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Carpenter, Widow of Benjamin. Taken at Boston, 13 May 1842. 

Felton, Cornelius Conway, Eliot Professor of Greek at Harvard. Was 
President of Harvard 1860. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1841. 

Folsom, Charles W. Son of C. Folsom of Boston. 9 Nov. 1841. 

Greenleaf, Miss Caroline. 9 Dec. 1841. 

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Native of Maine. Famous Poet. 7 Dec. 
1841. 

Lovering, Joseph S. Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philos- 
ophy at Harvard. Also served on U. S. Coast Survey. 582 Wash- 
ington Street. Taken at Philadelphia, 5 Oct. 1842. 

Pickman, C. Gayton. 1 Mar. 1842. 

Quincy, Josiah. Eldest son of Josiah Quincy of Boston. Orator and 
Man of Letters. One of the earliest to denounce slavery. Was 
Member of the Massachusetts Legislature. Mayor of Boston 1823- 
1828. President of Harvard 1845. 9 Jan. 1842. 

Quincy, Mrs. Josiah. 9 Jan. 1842. 

Quincy, Miss Mary Sophie. 9 Jan. 1842. 

Quincy, Mr. Edmund. Second son of Josiah Quincy of Boston. Wrote 
an excellent Biography of his Father and a Novel of some repute 
— "Wensley." 15 Feb. 1842. 

Quincy, Mrs. Edmund. Daughter of Daniel C. Parker of Boston. 15 
Feb. 1842. 

Rice, Susan G. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1844. 

Thatcher, Mrs. Samuel. Obt. Nov. 1841. Done from description at Boston, 
19 June 1842. 

Walker, Professor James. Professor of Moral and Intellectual Philoso- 
phy at Harvard. Was President of Harvard 1853-1860. Died 1874. 
Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1843. 

Wells, W. Taken at Boston, 29 Dec. 1841. 

Worcester, Mr. Joseph Emerson. Born at Bedford, N. H. Lexicographer. 
7 Dec. 1841. 

Worcester, Mrs. Joseph Emerson. 7 Dec. 1841. 

CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY. 

Burroughs, Rev. Henry, Jr. Rector of St. Paul's Church. Taken at Bos- 
ton, 10 May 1842. 

Burroughs, Mrs. Henry, Jr. Two Portraits. Taken at Boston, 10 May 
1842. 

Burroughs, Eliza. Taken at Boston, 10 May 1842. 

Burroughs, Miss. "I Children. Taken at Boston, 10 May 1842. 

Burroughs, Master G. J 

CAMDEN, SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Levi, Hayman. Mayor of Camden. Father of Mrs. J. W. M. Judah of 
New York. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Aug. 1844. 

CANANDAIGUA, NEW YORK. 

Blossom, Colonel William. Delegate of Western Railroad. Taken at 
Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 



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Chiselforo, N. G. Mayor of Canandaigua. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 
Granger, Francis. Postmaster General. Born in Suffleld, Conn. Took 

an active part in the endeavor to avert the Civil War. Taken at 

Washington, 12 June 1841. 
Greig, John. Taken at Washington, 14 June 1841. 

CAJfOJAHARIE, NEW YORK. 

Backus, Lier B. Editor of "Canojaharie Radii." Taken at Washington, 
26 April 1841. 

CARACAS, VENEZUELA. 

Espino, Guillermo. Taken at Saratoga, 13 July 1843. 
Michelinn, Juan Jose. Taken at New York, 20 Oct. 1839. 
Paez, Signor Ramon. Son of Gen. Paez, Governor of Venezuela. Taken 
at New York, 7 Sept. 1839. 

CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Knox, Dr. T. R. Taken at Saratoga, 24 Aug. 1840. 
Thorn, Rev. John. Taken at Saratoga, 17 Sept. 1844. 

CARMI, WHITE CO., ILLINOIS. 

Smith, Oliver H. Senator. Taken at Washington, 26 Feb. 1841. 

CARROLTON, KENTUCKY. 

Butler, William Orlando. Member of Congress. Fought with distinction 
in the Mexican War, attaining the rank of Major General. Nomi- 
nated as Democratic Vice-President 1848 but was defeated. Ap- 
pointed Governor of Nebraska but declined the Office. Was a 
member of Washington Peace Congress. Taken at Washington, 
26 June 1841. 

CASEYVILLE, ILLINOIS. 

Casey, Zadok. Member of Congress. Founded the Town of Caseyville. 
Taken at Washington, 3 Feb. 1841. 

CASTLETON, VERMONT. 

Langdon, B. F. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 17 Aug. 1841. 
CENTERVILLE, INDIANA. 

Rariden, James. Member of Congress. Native of Kentucky. Taken at 
Washington, 26 Feb. 1841. 

CHAMBERSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Reed, James. See Reed of Philadelphia. Taken at Philadelphia, 2 Jan. 
1843. 

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Beach, Mrs. M. L. Taken at Philadelphia, 13 Oct. 1843. 
Bennett, Theodore B. Taken at Saratoga, 8 July 1844. 
Carvelho, S. N. Painter. Taken at Washington, 20 Mar. 1841. 
Chanler, Rev. M. P. W. Taken at New York, 17 Mar. 1840. 
Cuthbert, William H. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1843. 
Eason, James M. Taken at Saratoga, 10 July 1843. 
Edmondston, P. M. Taken at Boston, 28 Dec. 1841. 



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Huger, Benjamin. Captain of Ordnance. Presented with Sword of Honor 
from South Carolina for gallantry. In 1861 became Brigadier 
General of Confederate Army. Taken at Washington, 2 Feb. 1841. 

Hutchinson, Thomas H. Taken at New York, 20 Sept. 1839. 

Jeannerett, James N. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1841. 

Jones, Mrs. Mary L. Taken at Philadelphia, 13 Oct. 1843. 

Kernson, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1844. 

Poinsett, Joel Roberts. Secretary of War. Spent much of his time in 
South America and introduced the Pointsettia from Mexico. Taken 
at Washington, 25 Jan. 1841. 

Poinsett, M. Taken at Washington, 10 Feb. 1841. 

Ripley, Samuel P. Taken at Saratoga, 30 Aug. 1844. 

Skilton, Edward. 20 July 1842. 

Smith, Thomas P. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1844. 

CHARLESTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Felton, Samuel 3Iorse. Railroad Engineer. Son of C. C. Felton of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Appointed President of the Phila., Wilmington & 
Baltimore R. R. 1857. Conveyed Lincoln secretly from Harrisburg 
to Washington, 1861. In 1865 was President of the Penna. Steel 
Company. 13 June 1842. 

Hubbard, Henry. Taken at Washington, 22 Feb. 1841. 

Wait, B. W. Taken at New Orleans, 4 April 1844. 

Wett, C. B. S. Taken at Philadelphia, 20 Nov. 1841 or 1842. 

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA. 

Trist, Nicholas Philip. Lawyer. U. S. Consul at Havana. Became As- 
sistant Secretary of State and was sent as Peace Commissioner to 
Mexico. Taken at Washington, 21 Jan. 1841. 

CHELSEA, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Langworthy, Rev. Isaac P. Pastor of Congregational Church. Taken at 

Saratoga, 19 Aug. 1842. 
Langworthy, Mrs. Isaac P. Taken at Saratoga, 19 Aug. 1842. 

CHELTENHAM, ENGLAND. 

Horner, Fortescue. 17 July 1829. 

Radford, . Taken at New York, 23 Nov. 1839. 

CHINA. 

Sung, Chin. Taken at Washington, 10 Feb. 1841. 
Sung, Samuel. Taken at Washington, 10 Feb. 1841. 

CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Porter, David Dixon. Lieut. U. S. N. Served through Civil War with 
distinction. Appointed Vice-Admiral 1866. Superintendent of An- 
napolis 1869 and succeeded Farragut as Admiral of the Navy, 1870. 
Taken at Washington, 19 Mar. 1841. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

Blanchard, William S. Of Walnut Hills. Student of Theology at Lane 
Seminary. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Sept. 1844. 



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Breese, Wm. G. Wholesale Grocer and Commission Merchant. Front 
Street. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 17 Aug. 1840. 

Breese, Mrs. W. G. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 17 Aug. 1840. 

Carlisle, George. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 1841. 

Clarkson, Col. S. Served under Harrison in the "Last War." Taken 
at Washington, 24 June 1841. 

Clavenger, Theobald G. Vale. Sculptor. Died on passage from Italy 
1844. Taken at Saratoga Springs. 6 Sept. 1840. 

Dudley, Colonel. Born in Michigan. Appointed 2d Lieutenant 2d Artil- 
lery from Cincinnati. Promoted for repeated gallantry at Chapul- 
tepec, Gettysburg and siege of Petersburg. Taken at Washing- 
ton, 24 June 1841. 

Garnis, John P. Taken at Saratoga, 18 July 1844. 

CLAREMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Kidder, Frederic I. Surgeon. Taken at Boston, 2 Feb. 1842. 

CLARKESVILLE, GEORGIA. 

Habersham, James Ray. Taken at Boston, 2 Mar. 1842. 
Habersham, Richard W. Lawyer and Member of Congress. Died 1842, 
Taken at Washington, 30 Jan. 1841. 

CLARKESVILLE, TENNESSEE. 

Johnson, Cave. Lawyer and Member of Congress. Appointed Post- 
master General 1845. Taken at Washington, 21 June 1841. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Avery, Rev. John. Presbyterian Church. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 

25 July 1840. 
Sackett, Alexander. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1844. 
St. John, R. Taken at Washington, 8 May 1841. 

COHASSET, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Doane, James C. Taken at Boston, 2 Mar. 1842. 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Preston, William Campbell. Lawyer. Born in Philadelphia. Ill health 
forced him South. Was the companion of Washington Irving. 
Admitted to the Bar of Virginia. Became Senator 1833. Taken at 
Washington, 17 Feb. 1841. 

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. 

Cooper, Mark A. Member of Congress. Resigned from the 2Sth Con- 
gress to become Democratic Candidate for Governor of Georgia, 
but was defeated. Taken at Washington, 2 Feb. 1841. 

Powers, E. E. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Sept. 1844. 

COLUMBUS, OHIO. 

Hastings, John. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 17 June 

1841. 
Miner, Mrs. Taken at Boston, 7 Dec. 1841. 

Sullivant, Mr. Michael L. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1841. 
Sullivant, Mrs. Michael L. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1841. 



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CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Belknap, Col. S. F. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1845. 

Hoar, Ebenezer Rockwood. Lawyer. Subsequently Attorney General 
under Grant. Member of Congress and one of the overseers of 
Harvard University. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1845. 

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Davis, Col. D. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1843. 

CONCORDIA, LOUISIANA. 
Dunlap, Hon. James, Taken at New Orleans, 21 Feb. 1844. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Baker, Rufus L. Major of Ordnance, 3d Artillery. Appointed 1813. Re- 
signed 1854. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Sept. 1843. 
Huntington, J. W. Taken at Washington, 25 Feb. 1841. 
Smith, John Cotton, Jr. Taken at New York, 26 July 1844. 

COOPER CO., MISSOURI. 
Scott, John G. Taken at Louisville, 20 May 1844. 

COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK. 
Prentiss, John H. Taken at New York. 27 Jan. 1840. 

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK. 

Colen, John H. Lithographer and Drawer. Taken at New York, 9 Aug. 
183S. 

CORK, IRELAND. 

Graves, T. B. Of 56 Kings Street. And N. Ross, Co. Wexford. Taken at 

Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1844. 
Tisdall, FitzGerald. Taken at New York, 28 Feb. 1840. 

ISLAND OP CUBA. 
Badia, Payme. Taken at New York, 17 Feb. 1840. 

CUMBERLAND, RHODE ISLAND. 
Man, Samuel P. Two Portraits. One standing and one sitting. Taken 
at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1843. 

DANVERS, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Field, Rev. Thomas P. Pastor of 2d Congregational Church. Taken at 

Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1842. 
Porter, Capt. Benjamin. New Mills. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1843. 

DARTMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Brown, Samuel Gilman. Orator and Professor of Belles Lettres at Dart- 
mouth College. Subsequently ordained a Congregational Preacher 
and appointed President of Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y. 
Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. 1844. 

DELHI, NEW YORK. 
Hobble, Selah R. Member of Congress. Subsequently First Assistant 

Postmaster General. Died 1854. Taken at Washington, 23 Mar. 

1841. 
Root, Mrs. G. Taken at Washington, 23 March 1841. 



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DEMERARA, SOUTH AMERICA. 

Benjamin, Mr. Charles of Br. Gusany. Taken at Boston, 10 Jan. 1842. 
Benjamin, Mrs. Charles. Taken at Boston, 10 Jan. 1842. 

DENNIS, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Pettingell, John H. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1843. 

DERBY, CONNECTICUT. 

Hull, Isaac. Commodore U. S. N. A famous Naval Commander. Re- 
ceived a Medal from Congress, Swords of Honor and the Freedom 
of several cities for his gallantry. Died in Philadelphia, 1843. 
Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1842. 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 

Armstrong, J. A. Taken at Saratoga, 28 Aug. 1844. 

Chester, John. Taken at Troy, 16 Sept. 1841. 

Fitch, Rev. Professor of Detroit Branch of the University of Michigan. 

Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1840. 
Hand, George E. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1840. 
Morell, Mrs. George W. Wife of Judge G. See Troy— G. W., Jr. Taken 

at Troy, 25 Sept. 1841. 
Piatt, Mr. Z. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 
Piatt, Mrs. Z. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 
Trowbridge, C. C. Taken at Saratoga, 28 Aug. 1844. 

DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Hughes, Ball. Sculptor from London. Doing a Bust of Edouardt. Did 
the famous portrait figure of Alexander Hamilton. Taken at Bos- 
ton, 2 Nov. 1841. 

Hughes, Mrs. Ball. Taken at Boston, 2 Nov. 1841. 

Hughes, Miss Augusta. Taken at Boston, 2 Nov. 1841. 

Hughes, Georgina. Taken at Boston, 2 Nov. 1841. 

DOVER, DELAWARE. 

Stout, Miss S. A. Taken at Saratoga, 28 July 1843. 

DOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Horton, Rev. William. Of St. Thomas Church. Taken at Boston, 7 June 
1842. 

DOWINGTON, CHESTER CO., PA. 

Dilier, Jonathan. Obt. 21 Sept. 1831. Taken from description and bust 

at Philadelphia, 20 Mar. 1843. 
Dilier, Anna. Taken at Philadelphia, 17 April 1843. 
Dilier, Isaac R. Taken at Philadelphia, 21 Mar. 1843. 
Dilier, Roland M. Taken at Philadelphia, 28 Mar. 1843. 

DRUMMONDTOWN, ACCOMAC CO., VIRGINIA. 

Wise, Henry Alexander. Member of Congress. Minister to Brazil 1844. 
As Governor signed Death Warrant of John Brown. Strongly 
opposed to Secession. Later was Brig. General in Confederate 
Army. Taken at Washington, 12 Feb. 1841. 



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DUDLEY, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Hill, William. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Sept. 1844. 

DUKES CO., MASSACHUSETTS. 

Bradley, Thomas. Member of the Senate of Mass. Two Portraits. Taken 
at Boston, 20 Feb. 1842. 

D DNKERftCE, PRANCE. 

Du Pour, Dions. Louis. In America since 1800. Taken at Saratoga, 18 
Aug. 1840. 

DUXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Moore, Rev. Josiah. Taken at Boston, 26 May 1842. 
Weston, C. B. Taken at Boston, S June 1842. 

EASTVILLE, VIRGINIA. 

Jackson, Rev. W. G. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 17 Aug. 1841. 

EDGEFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Pickens, Francis Wilkinson. Grandson of General Andrew' Pickens of 
Revolutionary War. Member of National House of Representa- 
tives. U. S. Minister to Russia. As Governor of South Carolina 
he sanctioned the investment of Fort Sumpter 1860. Taken at 
Washington, 4 Mar. 1841. 

EDONTON, GEORGIA. 
Meriwether, James A. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 18 
June, 1841. 

ELKTON, MARYLAND. 

Mclntire, Rev. James. Presbyterian Minister. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 
1841. 

ELLINGTON, CONNECTICUT. 

Brockrvay, John H. Lawyer and Member of Congress. Taken at Wash- 
ington, 25 Feb. 1841. 

EMMEST SPRINGS. 
McEvers, Miss Jane. Taken at New York, 19 Dec. 1839. ' 
McEvers, Miss Mary Bache. Taken at New York, 19 Dec. 1839. 

ENGLAND. 

Burdge, William. Yeoman of Shropshire. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 

22 July 1844. 
Copcutt, Francis. Taken at New York, 24 Sept. 1838. 
Hosken, Lieut. J. R. N, Commander of the "Great Western" steamboat. 

Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1841. 
Salter, Frederick. Actor. Taken at New York, 7 Nov. 1839. 

ESSEX CITY, NEW^ YORK. 
Keese, Hon. Judge Oliver 2d. Of Keeseville. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Aug. 

1842. 
Shurmday, Samuel. M. D. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 20 Aug. 1840. 

FAIRFIELD, HERKIMER CO., N. Y. 
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FAIRHAVEN, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Adams, Mr. Atkins. Taken at Boston, 2 April 1842. 
Adams, Mrs. Atkins. Taken at Boston, 2 April 1842. 

FAYETV1LLE, NORTH CAROLINA. 

Robinson, Benjamin. M. D. Taken at Saratoga, 26 June 1843. 

FLORIDA. 

Croon, W. W. Taken at Saratoga, 30 June 1843. 

Hagner, Thomas. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1842. 

Smith, General Persilor. Born in Penna. Appointed Brevet Brigadier 
General for gallantry in Mexican War 1846. (See F. C. Hall of 
Louisville). Taken at Washington, 7 June 1841. 

FLORIDA EAST. 

Gardiner, Colonel. Taken at Washington, 9 June 1841. 

FORT CARRINGTON, NEW YORK. 

Manning-, Mr. W. L. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Sept. 1844. 
Manning, Mrs. W. L. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Sept. 1844. 

FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS. 

Mayers, W. H. Taken at Saratoga, 8 July 1844. 

FORT VANCOUVER. 

Mackie, Alexander L. Son of Thomas Mackie, Agent of the Snake Indian 
Fur Company. Taken at New York, 6 Oct. 1839. 

FRANCE. 

Day, Catherine Albert. Department of Lands. 

FRANCESTOWN, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Woodbury, Levi. Lawyer and Writer. U. S. Senator and Secretary of 
Treasury. Associate Justice of U. S. Supreme Court. Previously 
Governor of New Hampshire. Brother of Mrs. E. S. Bunnel of 
Boston. Taken at Boston, 22 Jan. 1842. 

FRAiYCISVILLE, LOUISIANA. 

Bowman, N. At. M. W. Hoffman's, Charles Street and Lafayette Square. 
Taken at New Orleans, 12 Mar. 1844. 

FRANKFORT, GERMANY. 

Feist, Michael Charles. Taken at New York, 14 Nov. 1839. 

FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA. 

Carmichael, Mrs. D. Taken at Baltimore, 1 Dec. 1840. 

Taliaferro, John. Whig Member of Congress since 1801. Obt. 22 April 
1842. Taken at Washington, 18 Feb. 1841. 

FREDERICKTON, N. B., CANADA. 

Robb, Mrs. E. M. Taken at Saratoga, 24 Aug. 1843. 



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GARDINER, MAINE. 

Allen, Miss Eleona. Taken at Boston, 3 June 1842. 
Sawyer, Nathan. Taken at Saratoga, 3 July 1843. 
Whitmore, Nathaniel L. Taken at Saratoga, 3 July 1843. 
Whitmore, Stephen. Member of Congress. Taken at Saratoga, 3 July 
1843. 

GEDDES, NEW YORK. 

Geddes, George. Taken at Saratoga, 10 July 1844. 

GENEVA, NEW YORK. 

Bogert, Dr. S. V. R. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 
Vreleter, J. V. E. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 

GEORGETOWN, D. C. 

Carter, John. Lawyer. Native of Camden, South Carolina. Represen- 
tative from there. Moved to Georgetown 1836, where he died in 
1850. Taken at Washington, 4 May 1841. 

Marbury, John. 8 May 1841. 

Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham. U. S. Corps of Engineers. Born in 
Augusta, Ga. Married Miss Rogers of Washington. Appointed 
Captain of U. S. A. 1853. Superintended various Forts in the 
States. During the Civil War organized Field Equipment and 
Supplies for the Armies. Appointed Brevet Major General 1864. 
Was Architect for the Pension Bureau, Washington. 29 June 1841. 

Plater, William. M. D. 4 May 1841. 

GEORGIA. 

Alexander, A. L. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 3 Sept. 1841. 

Calhoun, James S. Taken at Washington, 2 Feb. 1841. 

Holt, fliiies. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 2 Feb. 1841. 

King, Thomas Butler. (See Waynesville). 

Leeonte, Dr. John. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Leeonte, Mrs. John. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Mac Kay, John. Captain U. S. Topographical Engineers. Died 1848. 

Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1844. 
Wise, Richard Henry. Member of Congress for Georgia 1816-1835. Taken 

at Boston, 4 Nov. 1841. 

GERMANTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Chew, Benjamin. Aged 70. Chief Justice of Pennsylvania. Died 1810. 
King, D. Rodney. See King of Philadelphia. Taken at Saratoga, 5 July 

1844. 
Rodney, Rev. John. Rector of St. Luke's Church. 2 Feb. 1843. 
Winder, W. S. See Winder of Philadelphia. 

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND. 

Mills, William. Taken at New Orleans, 28 Jan. 1844. 

Mynle, W. C. Taken at 50 Charles Street, New Orleans, 23 Feb. 1844. 

GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK. 
Ray, Rev. John W. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1844. 



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GOSHEN, NEW YORK. 

Wllken, Samuel J. Member of Congress. Died 1866. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 8 Aug. 1844. 
Wilken, Sarah G. Taken at Saratoga, 8 Aug. 1844. 

GREAT HARRINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Sumner, Mr. Increase. Taken at Saratoga, 13 July 1843. 
Sumner, Mrs. Increase. Taken at Saratoga, 13 July 1843. 

GREENSBORO, GEORGIA. 

Dawson, William C. Member of Congress. U. S. Senator 1849. Died 
1856. Taken at Washington, 2 Feb. 1841. 

GREENFIELD, SARATOGA CO., N. Y. 

Phelps, A. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1844. 

Poor, Rev. David. Methodist Episcopal Minister. Taken at Saratoga, 

9 Aug. 1841. 
Poor, Rev. David. Another Portrait. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1841. 

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Thompson, Waddy. Member of Congress. Minister to Mexico 1842. Died 
in Florida 1868. Taken at Washington, 23 Feb. 1841. 

GROSSE-TETE, LOUISIANA. 
Slack, Charles A. Taken at New Orleans, 24 Jan. 1844. 

GROTON, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Wilder, Dr. A. H. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1843. 
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Hamilton, E. Gay. Probably taken at Saratoga. 

HALLOWELL, MAINE. 
Lathrop, J. Taken at Washington, 19 Mar. 1841. 

HAMBURG, NEW YORK. 
Benne, Francis. Taken at Washington, Mar. 1841. 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. 
Mallory, Francis. Member of Congress. Appointed Naval Agent at Nor- 
folk 1850. Died 1860. Taken at Washington, 8 Feb. 1841. 

HANOVER, GERMANY. 

Konig, Mr. Taken at Baltimore, 9 Jan. 1841. 
Honig, Mrs. Taken at Baltimore, 9 Jan. 1841. 

HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Sanborn, Mrs. Professor E. D. Taken at Boston, 1842. 

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. 
Camp, Mrs. H. B. Deaf and Dumb Asylum. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 

27 Aug. 1841. 
Camp, H. B. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 27 Aug. 1841. 



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Ellsworth, Oliver. Lawyer. Son of W. W. Oliver. Chief Justice of U. S. 
Supreme Court 1796. Died 1807. Done at Boston, 19 May 1842. 

Grant, C. P. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 1844. 

Niles, John Milton. Lawyer. Founded the "Hartford Times" 1856 (Judge 
1820. Postmaster 1829). U. S. Senator. Postmaster General under 
Van Buren. 60 Main Street. Taken at Washington, 3 Mar. 1841. 

Trumbull, Joseph. Member of Congress. Grove Street. Subsequently 
Governor of Conn, and President of a Railroad Co. Previously 
President of Hartford Bank. Died 1861. Taken at Washington, 
25 Feb. 1841. 

HARTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA. 

"Wilson, Mrs. James P. (See J. H. Wilson of Philadelphia). Taken at 
Philadelphia, 13 Feb. 1843. 

HAT ANA, CUBA. 

Aieantra, Senor Pedro. Taken at New Orleans, 9 Jan. 1844. 

Brunei, Madame Maris Oliver and Dog Fideline. Taken at New Tork, 25 

Sept. 1839. 
Brunei, Frederick; A., Jr. 

Cespedes, Rosa de. Taken at Philadelphia, 26 Dec. 1842. 
Drake, James. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1843. 
Grace, Elizabeth R. Taken at Philadelphia, Dec. 1842. 
Hechavarria, Prudencio. Chamberlain to Isabella, Queen of Spain. Taken 

at Saratoga, 19 July 1843. 
Ruiz, Signor F. Candid. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 20 Aug. 1841. 
Ruiz, Garcia. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 20 Aug. 1841. 
Ruiz, Garcia, Jr. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 20 Aug. 1841. 

HAVERHILL, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Folsom, Rev. Nathaniel S. First Parish Congregational Church. See 
Folsom of Cambridge and Boston. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 

HAVERSTRAW, NEW YORK. 

Montanya, James de la. Taken at New York, 16 Feb. 1850. 

HAVRE-DE-GRACE, MARYLAND. 

Euvrard, Mons. F. Officer in the French Marine Service. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 2 Aug. 1841. 

HEMPSTEAD, LONG ISLAND. 

Carmichael, Rev. M. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 10 Aug. 1841. 

HILLSBORO, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Pierce, Franklin. 14th President of the United States. Was a lawyer 
and volunteered as a private in the Mexican War. Appointed 
finally Brigadier General. Defended slavery. Taken at Washing- 
ton. 

Plumer, "W. Member of Congress. Taken at Boston, 28 Jan. 1842. 

HOLMESBURY, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Fish, William R. M. D. Obt. 26 Oct. 1842. Taken at Philadelphia, 17 
Oct. 1S42. 



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HOPKINTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Wolcott, Samuel. Counsellor at Law. Taken at Boston, 15 Nov. 1841. 
HUDSON, NEW YORK. 

Gilford, Charles. Two Portraits with Dog-. Taken at New York, 17 Oct. 
1839. 

Worth, Col. William Jenkins. Appointed Brigadier General for his high- 
ly distinguished services in War against the Seminole Indians. 
Served in the Mexican War and latterly commanded the Depart- 
ment of Texas and New Mexico. Died 1849. Taken at Saratoga, 
20 May 1840. 

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA. 

Browne, P. B. E. M. D. Taken at New Orleans, 23 Feb. 1844. 

ILLINOIS. 
Robinson, John M. Taken at Washington, 30 Jan. 1841. 

INDIANA. 

Harrison, William Henry. 9th President of the U. S. A. Taken at Mc- 

Cockran's, P. Street near 13th, Washington, 20 Feb. 1841. 
Peck, Emma. Taken at Philadelphia, 23 Oct. 1843. 

IOWA. 
Parker, J. W. Taken at Saratoga, 7 July 1841. 

ITALY. 
Villani, Senor J. Due de Medena. Taken at New York, 23 Sept. 1839. 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. 

Anderson, W. S. TaKen at New Orleans, 7 Mar. 1844. 

Brown, Albert Gallatin. Member of Congress. U. S. Senator 1853. En- 
tered the Confederate Army as Captain 17th Mississippi Volun- 
teers 1861. In 1862 elected Confederate States Senator. Died 1880. 
Taken at Washington, 3 Mar. 1841. 

Clifton, C. W. Taken at New Orleans, No. 19, Charles Hotel, 8 Mar. 1844. 

JAMAICA PLAIN, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Ashton, Emily. Taken at Washington, 10 Feb. 1841. 

Bussey, Mrs. Judith. Taken at Boston, 8 July 1842. 

Greenough, Davis S. Counsellor at Law. Taken at Boston, 20 May 1842. 

Rotch, Miss Maria. Taken at Boston, 10 Dec. 1841. 

Shepard, Rev. GeorgQ C. D. D. Rector of St. John's Episcopal Church. 

Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 
Shepard, Mrs. George C. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 
Tilden, Miss C. B. Taken at Boston, 10 Dec. 1841. 
Turner, Rev. Edward. Congregational Church. Taken at Boston, 14 

April 1842. 
Vanleer, Miss R. Taken at Boston, 10 Dec. 1841. 

JERSEY CITY. 

Gregory, Mr. D. S. Ex-Mayor of Jersey City. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 
1843. 



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Gregrory, Mrs. D. S. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug-. 1843. 
Gregory, Mary Louisa. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1843. 
Gregory, Miss Clara B. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1843. 
Morgan, Joseph William. 23 Aug. 1839. 
3Iorgan, John C. Brother. 16 Aug. 1839. 

KENT, ENGLAND. 
Myerll, David. 15 Feb. 1838? 

KEPJT CO., MARYLAND. 

Wethered, P., Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 28 Aug. 1844. 

KENTUCKY. 

Chapman, John S. Taken at Washington, 14 Mar. 1841. 
Hamilton, A. W. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1843. 

KINGSTON, JAMAICA. 

Carson, Mr. James. Late of Belfast, Ireland. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 

1840. 
Carson, Mrs. James. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1840. 

KOSTOCK, GERMANY. 

Prelm, William. 56 Custom House, N. Y. Taken at New Orleans, 23 Mar. 
1844. 

LAFAYETTE, INDIANA. 

Johnson, Rev. Lemuel R. Brother of Dr. J. Johnson. Taken at New 

York, 1 May 1840. 
Smith, G. W. 2 Oct. . 

LA ROCHELLE,' FRANCE. 
Grandval, Mons. de Gengoo. Taken at New York, 14 Nov. 1839. 

LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA. 
Von der Smith, D. B. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 

LANDSINBURGH, NEW YORK. 

Hinston, Rev. Horace. Pastor of the 2d Presbyterian Church. Taken 

at Saratoga, 16 July 1840. 
Veilie, Major General John Jay. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1843. 

LEAMINGTON, ENGLAND. 

Hay, Colonel William. 10 Dec. 1837. 
Luard, Peter Francis. M. D. 3 Jan. 1838. 

LEBANON, VA. 

Hopkins, George W. Member of Congress. Appointed Charge 1 d' Affaires 
to Portugal 1847. Judge of Circuit Court and Member of the State 
House of Representatives. Taken at New York, 3 Mar. 1840. 

Hopkins, George W. Another Portrait. Taken at Washington, 8 July 
1841. 

LEICESTER, MASSACHUSETTS. 

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LEROY, NEW YORK. 

Gates, Seth Merrill. Member of Congress. Lawyer. Took active part 
in the abolition of Slavery. Defeated as Free Soil Candidate for 
Lieut. Governor 1848. Died 1877. Taken at Washington, 25 June 
1841. 

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. 

Bodley, H. T. Attorney at Law. 29 May 1844. 

Clay, Henry. Orator. Secretary of State. Taken at Washington, 10 

Mar. 1841. 
Erwin, H. C. Grandson of Mr. Clay. (See I. Erwin of Natchez). 1 June 

1844. 
fuyel, Daniel A. 25 May 1844. 
Gratz, Benjamin. 28 May 1844. 
Logan, Archibald. Born 5th Aug.. 1769. Settled in Lexington 1785. 24 

May 1844. 
Picket, James. 1 June 1844. 

Tarlton, Llewellyn Pitt. M. D. 28 May 1844. 
Thompson, Hugh B. Professor of Languages. 6 June 1844. 
Vaughn, Edward M. Attorney at Law. 1 June 1844. 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. 
Caldwell, Rev. B. Rector. Taken at New Orleans, 12 Feb. 1844. 

LITCHFIELD, CONNECTICUT. 
Smith, Truman. Member of Congress. U. S. Senator 1849. Resigned 
1854. Died 1884. Taken at Washington, 25 Feb. 1841. 

LITTLE FALLS, NEW YORK. 
Luke, T. N. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1841. 

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 
Twiname, William. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1844. 

LOCHMAILEN, SCOTLAND. 
Patterson, William Lindsay. Taken at New Orleans, 21 Feb. 1844. 

LOCKPORT, N. Y. 
Clarke, Lot. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1843. 
Hunt, William. Counsellor-at-Law. Taken at Saratoga, 25 June 1843. 

LONDON, ENGLAND. 
Cooke, Mrs. Edward. Taken at Leamington, England, 15 Sept. 1837. 
Hellyer, John B. Taken at Boston, 13 June 1842. 
Linder, G. Taken at New York, 20 Oct. 1839. 
Massett, J. Schwartz. Taken at Boston, 5 Nov. 1841. 
Vail, Mrs. James. Taken at Troy, 13 Sept. 1841. 

West, Mrs. Catherine. Daughter-in-law of Benjamin West, Painter, and 
President of the Royal Academy. Taken at New York, 18 Oct. 1839. 

LONG ISLAND. 
Jones, Miss T. Floyd. Taken at New York, 15 April 1840. 

LORRAINE, FRANCE. 

Recard, Jean Baptiste de Thule. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 July 1S40. 



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LOUISIANA. 

Barrow, Alexander. Member of Congress. Born at Nashville, Tenn. Died 

1846. Taken at Saratoga, 28 July 1840. 
Barrow, Robert J. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1844. 
Fluker, D. J. M. Legislature. Taken at New Orleans, Mar. 1844. 
Hehert, Paul O. 2nd Lieut. U. S. Corps Engineers. Appointed Brevet 

Colonel 1847 for gallant conduct at Molina del Rey. Taken at 

Washington. 20 April 1841. 
Lecombe, A. Of Natchitoches, Pa. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 
McCall, Henry. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1843. 
Robertson, "William B. Member of Consulate. Taken at New Orleans, 

22 Mar. 1844. 
Surget, F. Taken at Saratoga, 24 Aug. 1843. 

LOUISVILLE, GA. 

Gamble, Roger L. Member of Congress. Subsequently Judge of Superior 
Court of Ga. Died 1847. Taken at Washington, 2 July 1841. 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

Atkinson, Annie. 18 May 1844. 
Bacon, John Edmund. 15 May 1844. 

Bell, "William. Native of Three Forks, Barren Co. 10 May 1844. 
Benedict, "W. P. 14 May 1844. 
Breed, James E. 14 May 1844. 
Breed, Mrs. Persis N. 14 May 1844. 

Breed, Mary Kemp. Daughter of above. 14 May 1844. 
Caldwell, Charles. M. D. 21 May 1844. 

Caldwell, Thomas L. M. D. Chief Surgeon of Louisville. 21 May 1844. 
Croghan, G. Taken at Washington, 3 May 1841. 
Cruft, Edward. Lame. Formerly of Boston. 18 May 1844. 
De Pass, J. M. Taken at New Orleans, 21 May 1844. 
Hutching s, Eusabius. 12 May 1844. 

Hall, Francis Ch. Relation of Mrs. Hamilton Smith. 15 May 1844. 
Lazarus, Mrs. Mary. Late Miss Moss. 30 May 1844. 

Lazarus, Mrs. L. Henry. Nee Mary Moss. Her family page. Two Por- 
traits of Mr. L. 30 May 1844. 
Lewis, Mr. Charles H. 14 May 1844. 
Lewis, Mrs. Charles H. (Mary C.) 14 May 1844. 
Lewis, Benjamin Franklin (Baby). 14 May 1844. 
Massol, Florian. 7 May 1844. 

Meyers, . 11 May 1844. 

Miller, Professor H. May IS 44. 

Ormsby, Col. Stephen. Of the Louisville Legion. 13 May 1844. 

Pratt, Francis McKay (little child). 17 May 1844. 

Prentice, Mrs. Harriet. 20 May 1844. 

Prentice, Cortlandt. Editor of "Louisville Journal." Missing. 

Richardson, Tobias Gibson. 17 May 1844. 

Richardson, Miss Lucy. 14 May 1844. ) ^ , , . , 

Richardson, Miss Sally Allen. 14 May 1844. [.Daughters of above. 

Ritchie, H. A. 15 May 1844. 

Saunders, Mrs. C. C. (W. Susan). 18 May 1844. 

Saunders, C. C. 18 May 1844. 

Smith, Mrs. Hamilton. 15 May 1844. 

Smith, Hamilton, Jr. 15 May 1844. 



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Smith, Mary. 15 May 1844. 

Smith, Master Baby. 15 May 1844. 

Smith, M. B. Sister of Mr. Hamilton, Sr. 15 May 1844. 

Smith, William Ballard. Brother of Mr. Hamilton, Sr. 15 May 1844. 

Smith, Miss Elizabeth. \ 

Smith, Miss Virginia. t Daughters of Bishop B. B. Smith. 15 May 1S44. 

Smith, Louisa H. J 

Tevis, Mr. Henry L. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1843. 

Tevis, Mrs. Henry L. (Mary Shelby). Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1843. 

Tittermary, Miss Margaretta. 16 May 1844. 

Walker, William H. 11 May 1844. 

LYiVCHBURG, VA. 

Galbraith, James D. U. S. N. Taken at New Orleans, 23 Feb. 1844. 
Garland, Pauline D. Taken at New Orleans, 23 Feb. 1844. 
Leftwich, Col. Augustus. Manufacturer of the celebrated Fourells To- 
bacco. Taken at Jackson, La., 7 Mar. 1844. 
Murrell, John D. Taken at New Orleans, 2 Mar. 1844. 

LYONS, FRANCE. 

Flandin, Mons. Pierre. Taken at New York, 25 Oct. 1839. 

MACON, GA. 

Nesbit, Eugenius A. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 2 
Feb. 1841. 

MACON, MISS. 

Grant, General Reuben H. Taken at New Orleans, Feb. 1844. 
Barker, R. D. 

MADISON, MISS. 

Andrews, James N. Taken at New Orleans, 13 Feb. 1844. 

MADISON, VA. 

Banks, Linn. Member of Congress. Previously Speaker of the Virginia 
House of Delegates. Accidently drowned 1842. Taken at Wash- 
ington, 28 June 1841. 

MAD1SONA ILLE, KY. 

Walker, Robert James. Secretary of Treasury. Famous for his Treas- 
ury Report of 1845. Made Governor of Kansas 1857, but resigned 
the same year. Supported the Union during the Civil War. Prac- 
tised law in Washington 1864 until his death in 1869. Taken at 
Washington, 25 Mar. 1841. 

MADRID, SPAIN. 

Funes, Juan Gregorie. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 
Ribas, Antonius Lorrence. Taken at New York, 9 Oct. 1839. 

MAINE. 

Alden, Robert S. Taken at Boston, 10 Nov. 1841. 

Clark, J. Taken at Washington, 19 April 1841. 

Clark, Mrs. J. (Susan). Taken at Washington 19 April 1841. 

Clark, Miss Josephine Maria. Taken at Washington, 19 April 1841. 

Clark, . Brother of J. 



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Evans, George. Taken at Washington, 20 Mar. 1841. 

Gardiner, John W. T. 2nd Lieut. 1st U. S. Dragoons. Made Brevet Lieut. 
Colonel for distinguished services. Died 1870. Taken at Wash- 
ington, 1 Mar. 1841. 

Lord, Ivory. Taken at Boston, 9 Nov. 1841. 

Buggies, John. Taken at Washington, Feb. 1841. 

Scammon, Eliakim B. 2nd Lieut. U. S. Topographical Engineers. Taken 
at Washington, 6 Mar. 1841. 

MANHASSET, L. I. 
Mott, R. W. Taken at New York, 27 Sept. 1839. 

MA PANZAS, CUBA. 

De Pestre, Edmund. Taken at Philadelphia, 29 Dec. 1842. 

MARBLEHEAD, MASS. 

Hooper, Mrs. E. Taken at Boston, Jan. 1842. 

Hooper, Nathaniel. Of Minot & Hooper. 1 Hancock Avenue, Boston. 

Taken at Boston, Jan. 1842. 
Hooper, John G., Jr. Taken at Boston, 6 May 1842. 
Hooper, William H. Taken at Boston, 17 June 1842. 
Hooper, Mr. John, Jr. Taken at Boston, 12 April 1842. 
Hooper, Mrs. John, Jr. Taken at Boston, 12 April 1842. 
Miles, Rev. M. A. First Church. Taken at Washington, 7 June 1841. 

MARIAN, GA. 

Warren, Lott. Member of Congress. Died 1861. Taken at Washington, 
1841. 

MARLBORO, MASS. 

Hudson, Charles. Member of Congress. Edited Boston "Daily Atlas." 
Assessor of Internal Revenue. Died 1881. Taken at Saratoga, 7 
Aug. 1843. 

MARTINIQUE. 

Rahe, Adrian. Taken at New York, 24 Sept. 1839. 

MARYLAND. 

Maiey, Mr. T. Late Minister to Belgium. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Sept. 

1843. 
Maxey, Mrs. T. (Mary). Taken at Saratoga, 7 Sept. 1843. 
Nicholson, Joel H. In Legislature. Taken at Washington, 17 Feb. 1841. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Colman, Henry. Taken at Washington, 19 April 1841. 

Eaton, J. H. 1st Lieut. 3rd U. S. Infantry. Resigned 1856. Appointed 

Brevet Brigadier General 1865. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1842. 
Parker, General. Late Adjutant and Inspector-General U. S. A. Taken 

at Washington, 26 Mar. 1841. 
Smith, Rev. E. P. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1840. 

MATANZAS, CUBA. 

Carol, Fidel. Taken at Boston, 6 May 1842. 

De Pestre, Edmund. Taken at Philadelphia, 29 Dec. 1842. 



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MEDFIELD, MASS. 
Wheelock, Mrs. Aged 81 years. Taken at Boston, 20 April 1842. 

MEMPHIS, TEJfN. 

Herron, A. R. St. Charles Hotel No. 262. Taken at New Orleans, 12 Mar. 
1844. 

Shields, Ebenezer J. Member of Congress. Died 1846. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 18 Aug. 1841. 

Vance, William L. Taken at New Orleans, 5 Mar. 1844. 

Yorger, Orville. Taken at New Orleans, 26 Feb. 1844. 

MICHIGAN. 
Ellis, Rev. John M. Taken at New York, 30 Jan. 1840. 

Williams, Thomas. Aide-de-Camp to General in Chief. Born in New 
York. Appointed to Q. S. Army. 2nd Lieut. 4th Artillery. In 1861 
Major 5th Artillery. Killed at the Battle of Baton Rouge 1862. 
' Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1841. 

MIDDLEBOROUGH, MASS. 
Putnam, Rev. Israel W. Pastor of 1st Church. (See Putnam of Roxbury 
and Boston)*. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1842. 

MIDDLEBURY, VT. 
Slade, William. Member of Congress. Reporter of Decisions on State 
Superior Court. Was Governor of Vermont 1844-46. Died 1859. 
3 July 1841. 

MIDDLETON, CONN. 
Russell, Samuel. Taken at Saratoga, 16 July 1843. 

MIDDLETOWN, N. Y. 
Ross, Leopold N. Taken at Philadelphia, 24 Feb. 1843. 
Storrs, William L. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1841. 

M1LANO, ITALY. 
Bonfanti, Gins di. Probably taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. 1840. 

MILLBURY, MASS. 
Miles, Mr. Chough R. Counsollor-at-Law. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 

1844. 
Miles, Mrs. Chough R. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1844. 

MILTON HILL, MASS. 
Forbes, J. M. Taken at Boston, 28 Jan. 184 2. 
Forbes, Mrs. J. M. Taken at Boston, 28 Jan. 1842. 
Forbes, Miss Alice. Baby. Taken at Boston, 28 Jan. 1842. 
Forbes, Miss Emma P. Sister to J. M. Taken at Boston, 28 Jan. 1842. 
Whitney, Mrs. M. Wife of General Moses Whitney. Taken at Saratoga, 
13 Aug. 1842. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Hart, S. Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1843. 
Henderson, John. Taken at Washington, 11 Feb. 1841. 

MISSOURI. 
Miller, John. Member of Congress. Born at Steubenville, Ohio. Was 
Governor of Missouri 1826-32. Died 1846. Taken at Washington, 
3 Mar. 1841. 



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MOBILE, ALA. 

Edmond, Mr. William. Taken at Troy, 11 Sept. 1841. 
Edmond, Mrs. William. Taken at Troy, 11 Sept. 1841. 
Edmond, Master. Taken at Troy, 11 Sept. 1841. 
Hunt, John. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 17 Aug. 1840. 
Kennedy, Mr. John. Taken at New York, 3 Aug. 1839. 

Kennedy, Mrs. John. Sister of Mrs. J. Cummings of New York. Taken 
at New York, 3 Aug. 1SS9. 

MONTREAL. 

Fisher, Mr. Q. C. Taken at Saratoga, 1 July 1843. 
Way, Edward. Of England. Taken at Saratoga. 

MORRISTOWN, N. J. 

Boisaubin, A. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1840. 

MORRISVILLE, N. Y. 

Foster, A. Lawrence. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 12 
June 1841. 

MOUNT HOLLY, N. J. 

Bispham, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1844. 

MT. PLEASANT, WESTCHESTER CO., N. Y. 

Carmichael, Mrs. T. S. Wife of the Governor of Sing Sing Prison. See 
Carmichael of Ossining. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 5 Aug. 1841. 

NANTUCKET, MASS. 

Abbott, Rev. John Stephen Cabot. Brother of Rev. R. G. of Boston and 
Rev. J. of Amherst. Taken at Boston, 5 June 1842. 

NASHVILLE, TENN. 

Martin, George W. Taken at New Orleans, 11 Mar. 1844. 
McNair, Dr. Walter S. Taken at Philadelphia, 1 Oct. 1843. 

NATCHEZ, MISS. 

Ballentine, William. 26 April 1844. 

Chaplain, Edward K. 20 Jan. 1844. 

Chur, J. Professor of Music. 15 April 1844. 

Duncan, H. P. 30 April 1844. 

Duncan, S. D. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1843. 

Duncan, Stephen. Taken at Saratoga, 29 July 1S43. 

Duncan, Samuel P. Taken at Saratoga, 29 July 1843. 

Earhart, William. 27 April 1844. 

Earhart, Mrs. William. Aged 19 years, and Infant. 27 April 1844. 

Earhart, Samuel. Aged 2 years. 27 April 1844. 

Erwin, Isaac. See Erwin of Lexington. Taken at New Orleans, 8 Feb. 

1844. 
Ferrell, Miss Frances E. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 
Fisk, O. W. 30, April 1844. 
Foster, Samuel. Aged 44. 27 April 1844. 
Fox, Dr. George W. 24 April 1844. 
Ingraham, Professor J. W. Taken at Washington, 17 June 1841. 



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Milliken, Miss Mary. 26 April 1844. 

Prewett, Mr. N. Taken at New Orleans, 24 Feb. 1844. 

Roberts, T. L,. 27 April 1814. 

Stewart, \V. H. Attorney at Law. 24 April 1844. 

Stewart, Mrs. W. H. 24 April 1844. 

Stewart, Miss Baby. 24 April 1844. 

Tooley, James. 24 April 1844. 

Williams, Mr. R. S. Taken at New York, 5 June 1840. 

Williams, Mrs. R. S. Taken at New York, 5 June 1840. 

Wood, F. 25 April 1844. 

Young, Dr. Favert. Taken at New Orleans, 21 Jan. 1844. 

Young, William Cosser. Taken at New Orleans, 21 Jan. 1844. 

Young, M. J. f and Slave. Taken at New Orleans, 22 Jan. 1844. 

Young, Henrietta — Slave. Taken at New Orleans, 22 Jan. 1844. 

Young, Robert Temple. Taktin at New Orleans, 17 Jan. 1844. 

Young, Robert Wade. Taken at New Orleans, 17 Jan. 1844. 

Young, William. Slave to . Taken at New Orleans, 17 Jan. 1844. 

Young, May Allison. Taken at New Orleans, 17 Jan. 1844. 

NEWARK, N. J. 

Faitoute, William S. Taken at New Orleans, 19 Mar. 1844. 
Frelinghuysen, Frederick T. Son-in-law to George Griswold. Taken at 

Saratoga Springs, 8 July 1S43. 
Frelinghuysen, Mrs. Frederick T. (Matilda E. ) Taken at Saratoga, 8 

July 1843. Two Portraits. 
Henderson, Rev. M. H. Episcopal Church. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 

1840. 
Hoover, Rev. Charles. Taken at New York, 10 Jan. 1840. 
Selleck, Miss Charlotte G. Taken at New York, 28 Aug. 1839. 
Vermilye, J. B. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1844. 
Wells, Rev. Ranford. 2 Aug. 
Wright, Edward H. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1841. 

NEWARK, OHIO. 

Taylor, Jonathan. Member of Congress. Native of Connecticut. Taken 
at Washington, 3 Mar. 1841. 

NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Colby, H. G. O. Taken at Boston, 7 Jan. 1842. 

Ellis, Captain G. A. Merchant Service. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1842. 

Gibbs, Alexander. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 

Gibbs, Miss Anna R. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 

Gibbs, Miss Nancy L. Of Sandwich, Mass. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 
1843. 

Jackson, Rev. Henry. Pastor of 1st Baptist Church. Born Providence 
1798. Brown University 1813. Andover Theological Institution. 
Ordained Charlestown, Mass. Largely owing to him that Charles- 
town Seminary was founded. Was at Hartford for one year. Taken 
at Saratoga, 27 July 1840. 

Jackson, Mrs. Henry. Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1840. 

Peabody, Rev. Ephraim. Minister of Unitarian Church. Born at Wilton, 
N. H. Famous for his preaching. Subsequently Minister of King's 
Chapel, Boston. Taken at Saratoga, 21 June 1842. 

Wood, Miss Sarah. Taken at Boston, 30 Aug. 1844. 



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NEW BERNE, NORTH CA. 

Hollister, Miss Julia W. Taken at Saratoga, 13 Sept. 1844. 
Primrose, Robert. Taken at Saratoga, 30 Sept. 1841. 
Primrose, Miss Mary A. Taken at Saratoga, 30 Sept. 1844. 

NEW BRAINTREE, MASS. 

Penniman, Jesse A. Taken at Philadelphia, 3 June 1843. 

NEW BRIGHTON, S. I. 

Martin, Edward. Taken at New York, 28 Aug. 1839. 

NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. 

Evans, Walter W. Engineer. Taken at New York, 16 Jan. 1840. 
Moore, Mrs. Cornelia S. Taken at New York, 30 Oct. 1840. 

NEWBURGH, N. Y. 

Kerr, George W. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 

NEWBURYPORT, MASS. 

Bun* in, S. F. Taken at Boston, 4 Dec. 1841. 

Pickett, E. S. Taken at New York, 6 June 1840. 

Porter, John A. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1843. 

Porter, John A. Another Portrait. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 1844. 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 

Bishop, E. H. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 

Boardman, William W. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 

1841. 
Day, George E. Taken at New York, 30 April 1840. 
Goodrich, William H. Taken at Saratoga, 27 Aug. 1841. 
Heaton, A. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1843. 
Stome, S. B. Taken at "Washington, 13 April 1841. 
Strong, Rev. Ed. Pastor of Street Church. Taken at Saratoga, 13 April 

1841. 
Taylor, Nathaniel. Professor of Theology at Yale. Previously Pastor of 

Congregational Church. Died 1858. Taken at Saratoga, 27 Aug. 

1841. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Ayerigg, J. B. 

Clark, Widow Mary Lee. Taken at Washington, 3 Mar. 1847. 
Gautier, Dr. J. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1843. 
Teneyck, Mrs. Andrew. Taken at New York, 12 Dec. 1839. 
Wall, Garrett D. Taken at Washington, 12 Feb. 1841. 
Wall, James. Taken at Philadelphia, 9 Jan. 1843. 

NEW LONDON, CONN. 

Billings, Mr. N. Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1843. 
Billings, Mrs. N. Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1843. 
Lewis, Mr. Charles A. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 
Lewis, Mrs. Charles A. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 
Williams, Thomas W. Member of Congress for Conn. Taken at Wash- 
ington, 24 Feb. 1841. 
Williams, William. Taken at Washington, 24 Feb. 1841. 



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NEW MARLBORO, MASS. 
Fitch, Rev. Chester. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1841. 

NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Adams, C, Jr. 10 April 1844. 

Adams, Frances Harriette. Aged 2 z / 2 years. Daughter. 10 April 1844. 

Amns, Charles P. de. 11 March 1844. 

Anderson, H. C. Two Portraits. 22 Jan. 1844 and 23 Jan. 1844. 

Barlay, A. 5 April 1844. 

Barrow, Robert H. 17 Feb. 1844. 

Beadle, Rev. E. R. Missionary to Syria. 23 Feb. 1844. 

Behn, Mrs. Amelie. 23 Mar. 1844. 

Behn, James B. Two Portraits. 22 Mar. 1844 and 23 Mar. 1844. 

Blache, A. 4 Jan. 1844. 

Bonnin, William Wingfield. Late of Florence, Italy. 6 April 1844. 

Bowers, George P. 21 Mar. 1844. 

Bradbury, C. W. 6 Feb. 1844. 

Bradbury, James. Publisher of "The Tropic." 27 Feb. 1844. 

Bradbury, Miss Josephine. 27 Feb. 1844. 

Bradbury, Mary Anne. 30 Jan. 1844. 

Brasier, E. F. 6 April 1844. 

Brown, Captain James. 25 Mar. 1844. 

Bruce, Robert. 1 Mar. 1844. 

Bruce, William Jerome. 1844. 

Bruyes, F. 9 April 1844. 

Bruyes, Henri de. 9 April 1844. 

Bullard, Henry B. 15 Feb. 1844. 

Burke, G. Ex-legislator. President of the Canal Bank. 2 April 1844. 

Byrne, J. B. 14 Jan. 1844. 

Byrne, Thomas. 14 Jan. 1844. 

Carriere, Leopold. Flute. Du Conservatoire de Paris et Theatre Royal de 

l'Opera Comique. 7 Jan. 1844. 
Cammack, Mr. U. S. Mint. 10 Feb. 1844. 
Castein, Victor. Killed in a duel by John du Buys by a double-barreled 

shot at 30 yards. Shade taken from the corpse. 30 April 1844. 
Chambers, James R. Born Feb. 1829. 

Chambers, Emma Josephine. Aged 2 years. 13 April 1844. 
Chambers, Mary. Born 5 Dec. 1834. 13 April 1844. 
Chambers, Sidney. Born Dec. 1838. 13 April 1844. 
Chambers, William H. 5 April 1844. 
Chanemontett, Lucien. 5 Feb. 1844. 
Clapp, Agnes. St. Louis. 3 Mar. 1844. 
Clapp, Theodore. 24 Feb. 1844. 
Clarke, Rev. F. 8 Mar. 1844. 
Clifford, George Odrlard. 1 April 1844. 
Coan, A. 2 Feb. 1844. 

Cohen, A. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1844. 
Collyer, Robert H. M. D. Native of Isle of Jersey, Eng. Taken at New 

York, 19 Nov. 1839. 
Conrotte, Pierre de la. 25 Mar. 1844. 
Coyeault, Ernestine. 9 Mar. 1844. 

Dalman, Josephine. Daughter of Peter and Susan. 8 Feb. 1844. 
Dalman, Peter. Of Lafayette, Indiana. 8 Feb. 1844. 
Dalman, Susan Ann. 8 Feb. 1844. 



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Dalmany, ■ . Slave. Eighteen years of age. Born in Kentucky 

Belonging- to Mrs. Dalman. 6 Feb. 1844. 

Davis, John. 13 Jan. 1844. 

De Buys, Mdlle. Adele. 2 April 1844. 

De Buys, Mdlle. Felicie. 2 April 1844. 

De Forest, Lieut. Col. John. 51st Regt. N. Y. S. I. 10 Feb. 1844. 

DeLaunay, Jules. 4 Jan. 1844. 

De Youx, Mons. Born in Department R, Macon, Saone et Loire, France, 
Taken without leg in Rue St. Louis. 22 Mar. 1844. 

De Youx, Mons. With leg seated. 22 Mar. 1844. 

De Youx, Madame. 6 Mar. 1844. 

Duffin, Charlotte E. 5 Feb. 1844. 

Dufour, Cyprian. 20 Mar. 1844. 

Dunbar, A. W. Of Natchez, Miss. (near). Two Portraits. 8 Feb. 1844. 

Duncan, G. Currie. 122 Canal Street. 30 Jan. 1844. 

Duncan, Mrs. Frances A. 22 Mar. 1844. 

Dunlop, Jas. Concordia. 21 Feb. 1844. 

Du Pan, F. 5 Feb. 1844. 

Durel, Paulin. 15 Jan. 1844. 

Durel, T. 4 Jan. 1844. 

Edwards, I. A. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Aug. 1844. 

Elam, James E. 19 Feb. 1844. 

Elam, J. W. 19 Feb. 1844. 

English, Adelaide. Born 17 Nov. 1826. 10 Jan. 1844. 

Farrar, Col. P. W. 4 Jan. 1844. 

Farrell, Dr. J. 20 Mar. 1844. 

Field, Dr. Frost. 13 April 1844. 

Fitz, Virginia W. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Sept. 1844. 

Foster, Georg-e. 9 April 1844. 

Fuentes, Rafael de. 29 Dec. 1843. 

Garbeille, Peter G. Sculptor. 26 Jan. 1844. 

Garr, George. 1 April 1844. 

Goodrich, Rev. Charles. Rector of St. Paul's Church. 12 Feb. 1844. 

Groning, R. Native of London. 23 Mar. 1844. 

Grossette, August. First tenor in Theatre Royal, Anvers. 14 Feb. 1844. 

Hall, Edward A. 6 Jan. 1844. 

Halsey, J. Maclean, 25 Jan. 1844. 

Hamilton, B. 6 April 1844. 

Harris, Alexander. 21 Jan. 1844. 

Harrod, Charles. 22 Mar. 1844. 

Harrod, Mrs. M. 22 Mar. 1844. 

Harrod, Master Benjamin Morgan and Dog. 22 Mar. 1844. 

Harrod, Elizabeth S. 2 April 1844. 

Harrod, Miss G. P. 2 April 1844. 

Hartt, Hiram C. 10 months. 22 Mar. 1844. 

Hartt, Mrs. Missouri S. 23 Mar. 1844. 

Haydon, William. 17 Jan. 1844. 

Haywood, W. H. 18 Exchange Place. Attorney at Law and Commis- 
sioner for the State of New York. 12 Feb. 1844. 

Heyl, Mary Louisa Henrietta. 28 Jan. 1844. 

Hollands, Henry. 19 Mar. 1844. 

Humphries, Ella. 1844. 

Humphrey, Miss Frances. 1 Mar. 1844. 

Humphrey, Miss Mary. 1 Mar. 1844. 

Hyde, Edward G. 1 Jan. 1844. 



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Jackson, Captain Isaac. Of New Orleans and Boston. 8 Feb. 1844. 

Jacobs, Isaac P. 21 Mar. 1844. 

Jacob, Ralph. 20 Mar. 1844. 

Josephs, A. K. Counsellor at Law. 20 Mar. 1844. 

Ketchum, Abbey. 1 n- .» ■. ^ T -, r, , , 

, i -r, i r o 4. iooa > Sisters. 10 Jan. 1844. 

Ketchum, Louisa. Born 15 Sept. 1830. / 

Kindall, John Irwin. Son of W. W. Aged 3 years. 11 Mar. 1844. 
Kindall, W. W. 65 Burgonde Street. Prom Mississippi. 11 Mar. 1844. 
Kneass, Napoleon Buonaparte. Taken at New York, 7 Oct. 1839. 

Kruttschnitt, . Native of Germany. 21 Mar. 1844. 

Kursheedt, Edward Israel. Born in Kingston, Jamaica. Six years old 

this day. 25 Mar. 1844. 
Latham, W. G. 23 Jan. 1844. 
Longer, Angele. 23 Mar. 1844. 
Longer, Mme. V. Nanette. 23 Mar. 1844. 
Lovett, Frederic W. Taken at New York, 8 Feb. 1840. 
Marsias, Major A. A. U. S. A. Staff Officer. 12 Feb. 1844. 
McBird Miss Mary. ) Daughters of Judge McCaleb. 

^ c ° a <?' 5l - rl,ma - \ Taken at Phil., 14 Mar. 1843. 
McCaleb, May. J 

McLeod, Daniel C. M. D. U. S. Navy. Died 1852. 20 Mar. 1844. 

McNeil, Charles. 5 April 1844. 

Mees, E. 28 Jan. 1849. 

Mercer, William Newton. Of Laurel Hill, Miss. 20 Feb. 1844. 

Mercer, William Newton. Another picture, standing. 20 Feb. 1844. 

Mercer, Anna Elizabeth. Daughter. 10 Feb. 1844. 

Micon, W. C. Counsellor-at-Law. 27 Feb. 1844. 

Morgan, Mrs. Jane. Widow of Samuel. 23 Mar. 1844. 

Morgan, Samuel. 21 Jan. 1844. 

Moss, Mrs., and her son Ernest. 17 Jan. 1844. 

Moss, Baby. 17 Jan. 1844. 

Moss, Sam, Jr. 10 Jan. 1844. 

Moss, Samuel, Jr. Another picture. Taken at Philadelphia, 10 Feb. 1843. 

Moss, James, Jr. 19 Mar. 1844. 

Moss, Samuel. 13 Jan. 1844. 

Mummy, A. J. 2 April 1844. 

Nicholson, John. Taken at Saratoga, Aug. 1843. 

Noe, Louisa. Of Lafayette, La. 27 Jan. 1844. 

Norman, Dr. D. D. Presiding Elder. 

North, Harvey. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug, 1843. 

North, Athalie. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1844. 

Ogden, D. A. 22 Jan. 1844. 

Oxley, Charles. 1 Mar. 1844. 

Oxley, Mrs. Charles. 1 Mar. 1844. 

Oxley, Slave to Mrs. Oxley. 1 Mar. 1844. 

Fado, A. O. 16 June 1844. 

Palfrey, Miss Maria. 14 Feb. 1844. 

Pecquet, Paul. 29 Dec. 1843. 

Peet, Captain Francis. Of the Ship "Pemulyn." 27 Dec. 1843. 

Peet, Munson, Son of Captain Francis Peet. 1 Mar. 1843. 

Peniston, Charles. M. D. 17 Jan. 1841. 

Peyroux, C. 3 Jan. 1844. 

Philips, Alexander. 3 June 1844. 

Philips, Rosina. 3 June 1844. 

Philips, Thomas William. 1 Mar. 1844. 



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Picton, J. W. W. M. D. 4 April 1844. 

Pitard, A. D. 5 Feb. 1844. 

Plaguemain, Elizabeth Reames. 7 Dec. 1828. 

Porter, James. 10 Feb. 1844. 

Relf, Richard. 13 April 1844. 

Remington, Edward. Taken at Philadelphia, 9 Nov. 1842. 

Reynand, P. Vice Consul of Brazil. 20 Jan. 1844. 

Richards, Mrs. Austin. 20 Jan. 1844. 

Richards, Newton. 23 Mar. 1844. 

Rochelle, J. Jacques Gaudin de la. 27 Jan. 1844. 

Ross, Jane. 22 Jan. 1844. 

Rnffat, G. 5 Feb. 1844. 

Scott, John. 28 Feb. 1844. 

Sheffield, P. K. 24 Jan. 1844. 

Shepperd, R. D. 23 Feb. 1844. 

Simons, Allen. 29 Dec. 1843. 

Slack, Theodore. 8 April 1844. 

Sloo, Thomas. 26 Jan. 1844. 

Spring:, Lindley. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Commissioner of 

Deeds for New York. 12 Exchange Place. 12 Feb. 1844. 
Stalker, Emma. 8 April 1844. 
Stevenson, C. 2 Feb. 1844. 
Stilwell, Mrs. 7 Jan. 1844. 
Stilwell, Martha B. 7 Jan. 1844. 
Stilwell, Walter. 7 Jan. 1844. 
Stilwell, William. 7 Jan. 1844. 
Tallarie, C. A. Native of Antille. 7 Feb. 1844. 
Thomas, Henry, Jr. 17 Jan. 1844. 
Thomson, M. M. 28 Jan. 1844. 
Tibault, E. V. 30 Jan. 1844. 

Tobias, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1844. 
Vasquez, Domingo. M. D. 24 Dec. 1843. 
Vogel, William. 21 Mar. 1844. 
Vogel, Mrs. William. 21 Mar. 1844. 
Walker, Henry C. 14 Mar. 1844. 

Walker, Mrs. S, and dog Hannibal. 26 Jan. 1844. 

Waterman, J. Died 1 Sept. 1841. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1841. 
Watkins, William Hamilton.. President of the Methodist Episcopal 

Church. 10 Jan. 1844. 
"Weil, R. Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer. 59 Bienville Street. 

27 Jan. 1844. 
Wharton, Franklin. 11 Feb. 1844. 
Wharton, C. 11 Feb. 1844. 
Wharton, Edward. 9 Mar. 1844. 
White, Samuel J. 5 April 1844. 
Whitman, George. 

Wilkinson, Theodore J. 6 Jan. 1844. 

"Winter, William D. Taken at Philadelphia, 15 Feb. 1843. 
Wizzs, Charles. 21 Jan. 1844. 

Woodwards, Rev. A. Rector of St. Luke's Parish. 2 April 1844. 
Young, Charles Sam. 22 Jan. 1844. 
Young, Jane. 22 Jan. 1844. 
Zacharis, John A. 18 Mar. 1844. 
Zacharis, J. W. 28 Jan. 1844. 
Zender, T. D. L. Mesmerist. Taken at Philadelphia, 25 Sept. 1842. 



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NEWPORT, N. H. 
Burke, Edmond. Member of Congress. Appointed Commissioner of Pat- 
ents 1846. Later resumed the practice of law in Newport and Bos- 
ton. Taken at Washing-ton, 22 Feb. 1841. 

NEWTON TRUMBULL, OHIO. 
Bronson, Tracy. M. D. Taken at New York, 22 June 1840. 

NEWTOWN, L. I. 
Stout, Rev. D. S. Methodist Episcopal Church. Taken at Saratoga, 21 
Aug. 1844. 

NEW YORK. 
Acked, James. 1 Nov. 1839. 

Adams, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1844. 

Adams, Rev. M. Pastor of Central Presbyterian Church. 11 May 1840. 
Agnew, Alexander. Also of Philadelphia. Taken at Philadelphia, 11 

Oct. 1842. 
Agnew, Cornelius. Afterwards M. D. Surgeon of N. Y. State. Founded 
Brooklyn and Manhattan Ear and Eye Hospitals. Taken at Phila- 
delphia, 11 Oct. 1842. 
Agnew. Widow of John. Aged 96. Obt. Jan. 1843, at residence of her 

son, 168 Henry Street. Taken at Philadelphia, 18 Oct. 1842. 
Agnew, M. I. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Sept. 1843. 
Agnew, William. Tobacco Merchant. 284 Front Street. Residence 134 

Henry Street. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Sept. 1844. 
Ames, Frederick. Aged 9 months. 20 Dec. 1839. 

Allen, Augustus L. Attorney at Law of 61 Wall Street. 10 Oct. 1840. 
Altrocchi, Signor. Professor of Music. Native of Lodi, Lombardia, Italy. 

Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1844. 
Anderson, Mr. Peter. From Ireland. 28 Aug. 1839. 

Anderson, Mrs. Peter. 241 Canal Street. (See Craig.) 28 Aug. 1839. 
Andrews, Mr. T. M. Councillor and Secretary. Taken at Saratoga 

Springs, 5 Sept. 1840. 
Andrews, Mrs. T. M. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 5 Sept. 1840. 
Anthony, Rev. Darius. Elder of Methodist Episcopal Church, Oneida 
Conference. Two Portraits. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Aug. 1843. 2 
Aug. 1841-43. 
Anton, George C. 18 Dec. 1844. 

Anton, Rev. Henry, D. D. Rector of St. Mark's Church. 29 Oct. 1839. 
Anton, Master H. 10 Oct. 1839. 

Arnold, William. Dentist of 5 Warren Street. 11 Oct. 1839. 
Arthur, Benjamin Houghton. 2nd Lieut 1st Regiment U. S. Infantry. 

Died a Captain 1856. 23 Nov. 1839. 
Arthur, Mrs. Edward P. (See Arthur of Burlington, Vt.) (Two sisters 

married two brothers.) 7 Oct. 1839. 
Baker, Joseph P. 5 Aug. 1839. 
Baker, Miss C. 18 April 1840. 
Baker, William Edgar. 8 Nov. 1839. 
Balch, Mrs. Anna. 15 Oct. 1840. 

Baldwin, Lieut. Augustus S. U. S. N. Appointed Commander 1861. Re- 
tired 1867. Died 1876. 6 April 1845. 
Baldwin, Micah. Merchant, 146 Water Street. Residence 362 Fourth St. 

Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1844. 
Ball, George C. M. D. 2 Dec. 1839. 
Ball, Mrs. George C. Daughter of Henry Eagle. 2 Dec. 1839. 



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Ball, Ch. H. F. 2 Dec. 1839. 

Baneger, Miss Maria. 13 Oct. 1840. 

Barbour, Oliver Lorenzo. Lawyer and Writer. Reporter of the Supreme 

Court. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1840. 
Barbour, Mrs. Oliver Lorenzo. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1840. 
Barbour, .Hiss Florence. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1840. 
Barclay, Mr. George. Merchant, 26 Broad Street. Residence 32 Warren 

Street. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 
Barclay, Mrs. George. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 
Barker, Mr. David. 96 Maiden Lane. Residence 99 Mercer Street. 18 

Nov. 1839. 
Barker, Mrs. David. 18 Nov. 1839. 
Barlow, Timothy. 7 Dec. 1839. 

Barnes, Susan Pane. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1843. 
Barre, E. L. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1843. 
Bartlet, Bichard. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1840. 
Bartlett, Edward. Taken at Saratoga, 8 Sept. 1843. 
Bates, John Seymour. 15 Aug. 1839. 
Bates, Bobert B. Counsellor-at-Law. Obt. 1842. 20 Nassau Street. 27 

Aug. 1839. 
Battelee, C. 12 Aug. 1839. 
Bayley, Miss Annie N. 2 Oct. 1839. 
Batty, William B. 14 Nov. 1848. 
Beaujeu, Madam Mary. Married to G. W. Hawley of New York 1841. 

Mother of E. J. Hawley. 
Beck, John B. M. D. Professor of Materia Medica and Medical Jurispru- 
dence in College of Physicians and Surgeons. 14 LeRoy Place. 5 

Aug. 1839. 
Beebe, Mrs. J. Secconde noce Mrs. Hutchins. See Hutchins. 19 Dec. 1839. 
Bell, John B. Peel's Museum 252 Broadway. 6 Oct. 1839. 
Belmont, August. Banker. Came from Germany 1837 to act as Agent 

to the House of Rothschild. 67 Wall Street. 17 Sept. 1839. 
Benedict, Erastus C. Counsellor at Law. 81 Nassau Street. Residence 

198 Ninth Street. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1842. 
Benedict, M. A. Counsellor at Law. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1842. 
Benson, Mr. Taken at Washington, 14 April 1841. 
Benson, Mrs. Taken at Washington, 14 April 1841. 
Benson, J. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1844. 
Bents, Mrs. Joseph. 30 Courtland Street. 29 Nov. 1839. 
Berdun, Mrs. C. Francis. Taken at Washington, 16 Mar. 1841. 
Bergh, Mr. Edwin. 9 Jan. 1840. 
Bergh, Mrs. Edwin. 14 April 1845. 

Bibby, Gouverneur S. 103 Franklin Street. 24 April 1840. 
Bibby, Mrs. Maria K. Gouverneur. Daughter of the late President Mon- 
roe of Virginia. 24 April 1840. 
Biddle, James S. U. S. N. 1st Lieut, of the "Wasp." Appointed U. S. 

Commander 1845. Captured British Ship "Henry." Resigned 1856. 

24 Sept. 1839. 
Billings, Amos. Taken at Saratoga, 10 July 1844. 
Blake, John. Of 112 Sulivan Street. Treasurer of Park Theatre. 399 

Broadway. 21 Feb. 1840. 
Bliss, Dr. Elam. 85 Beekman Street. 2 Aug. 1839. 
Bliss, W. W. S. 1st Lieut. U. S. N. 20 Aug. 1839. 
Blunt, A. Bowdile W. Counsellor at Law. 32 Prince Street. 28 Sept. 

1839. 



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Blunt, Eliza S. 28 Sept. 1839. 

Blunt, George W. 179 Water Street and 31 10th. Taken at Boston, 27 
May 1842. 

Boardman, Andrew. Englishman. 303 E. Broadway. 7 Aug-. 1839. 

Bogert, Cornelius R. M. D. 345 Broadway. 16 Nov. 1839 or 1844. 

Bogert, William J. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1842. 

Bond, Widow Southey. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1844. 

Bonden, Andrew. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Sept. 1844. 

Bostwick, Charles Bryon. 42 Lispenard Street. Residence 6 White St. 
20 Nov. 1839. 

Boyd, George William, Jr. 12 Sept. 1839. 

Boyd, William. From Glasgow. 14 Sept. 1839. 

Boyd, Mrs. William. From Glasgow. Mother of John and Peter Crerar. 
12 Sept. 1839. 

Brander, Heslop G. 8 Nov. 1839. 

Brigham, Rev. John C. (Secretary of American Bible Society, 115 Nassau 
Street.) 7 May 1840. 

Brooks, Mr. Henry. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1843. 

Brooks, Mrs. Henry. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1843. 

Brooks, Mr. Samuel R. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Sept. 1844. 

Brooks, Mrs. Samuel R. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Sept. 1844. 

Browne, D. R. 5 Aug. 1839. 

Browne, George W. Hotel, 123 Water Street. Residence 59 E. Broad- 
way. 5 Aug. 1839. 

Browne, Miss Sarah A. 5 Aug. 1839. 

Browning, Mr. Aged 73 years. From England. 30 Oct. 1849-40. 

Brundred, Miss Mary Anne. 3 Jan. 1840. 

Bull, Mrs. H. F. 106 Franklin Street. 1 Oct. 1839. 

Bull, Jirch. Taken at Saratoga, 18 July 1844. 

Bunch, Robert. 81 Nassau Street. Residence 80 Warren Street. 2 Oct. 
1839. 

Burr, David H. Draughtsman. N. O. of Representatives. Taken at 
Washington, 9 April 1841. 

Burr, Edwin. Counsellor-at-Law. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1842. 

Bush, Rev. George J. Ordained Presbyterian Minister. Professor of 
Hebrew and Oriental Literature at the N. Y. University. 115 Nas- 
sau Street. 25 April 1839. 

Butt, Miss Antoinette C. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1844. 

Cahoone, Mr. William. Produce Broker. 63 Wall Street. Residence 7th 
Street and Second Avenue. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1840. 

Cahoone, Mrs. William. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1840. 

Cahoone, Rev. Wiliam, Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1840. 

Callaghan, Patrick. Counsellor at Law. 14 Pine Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 8 Aug. 1842. 

Callendar, William. Police Officer (Clerk). 10 Duane Street. 29 Oct. 
1839. 

Calyo, Signor Nicolino. From Naples. Professor of Painting. 411 Broad- 
way. 8 Aug. 1839. 

Campbell, Miss Jane Violetta. Sister of Mrs. M. E. Treadwell. 18 May 
1840. 

Campbell, Mr. Brayton A. Attorney at Law. 6^ Wall Street. Residence 
161 Broadway. 13 Oct. 1840. 

Campbell, Mrs. W. 21 Oct. 1840. 

Carpender, Jacob S. Broker. 52 Wall Street. Residence 70 White Street. 
7 April 1840. 



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Carroll, Mr. Nicholas. Leather Merchant. 30 Ferry Street. Residence 

6 Market Street. 13 Mar. 1839. 
Carroll, Mrs. Nicholas. 13 Mar. 1839. 

Casing, Mr. Samuel. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1844. 
Casing, Mrs. Samuel. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1844. 
Chance, William, Jr. See Timmins. 11 Piatt Street. 4 June 1844. 
Chancey, Henry. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1844. 
Chanier, Mrs. Daughter of B. Winthrop. 7 Mar. 1840. 
Chanier, Miss Margaret. 7 Mar. 1840. 
Channing, Henry William. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 9 Duane 

Street. 17 Feb. 1840. 
Channing, Roscoe H. 17 Feb. 1840. 
Chapin, Lorin D. Member of N. Y. Legislature, etc., 129 Grand Street. 

17 Aug. 1839. . 
Chapman, Henry P. 6 Aug. 1839. 

Chase, Nelson. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 25 Sept. 1843. 
Chester, Joseph L. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1845. 
Childs, Mrs. S. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1840. 
Chouning, Thomas C. Taken at New Orleans, 5 Jan. 1844. 
Christ, E. N. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1844. 
Christ, George. Taken at Boston, 21 June 1842. 
Clason, A. W. 5 Dec. 1839. 
Clay, William. 10 Sept. 1839. 

Cleveland, Augustus. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1840. 
Clinton, Charles A. Counsellor at Law. 15 City Hall. Residence 10th 

Street and 1st Avenue. 7 Dec. 1839. 
Clinton, Mrs. Charles A. 7 Dec. 1839. 
Clinton, Augusta. 7 Dec. 1839. 
Clinton, Catherine S. 7 Dec. 1839. 
Clinton, Franklin. U. S. Navy. 7 Dec. 1839. 
Clinton, Marion Franklin. 7 Dec. 1839. 
Cochrane, Mrs. A. Native of Glasgow. Mother-in-law of Dr. John Cum- 

mings. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Sept. 1843. 
Coddington, J. J., Jr., Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 1844. 
Coercroft, James. Of 24 Scythe Street. 7 Feb. 1840. 
Coffin, Miss Mary Augusta. 7 Nov. 1839. 
Coit, Dr. Benjamin B. M. D. Secretary of Medical Society. 431 Houston 

Street. 3 doors East of Broadway. 20 June 1840. 
Coit, Mrs. Benjamin B. Sister of Mrs. L. Johnson of New York. 24 Feb. 

1840. 
Coit, Adelaide Johnson. 20 June 1840. 
Coit, Benjamin B., Jr. 20 June 1840. 
Coit, Henry A. Of 55 Clinton Place. 18 Nov. 1839. 
Cole, Thomas. Painter. 1 Laight Street. 25 Oct. 1840. 
Coles, L.. G. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1843. 
Collins, George B. 252 Pearl Street. Residence 1 Cherry Street. 2 Dec. 

1839. 
Collis, George Whitemor. 11 Nov. 1839. 
Collis, John H. 11 Nov. 1839. 
Cook, William A. 6 Mar. 1840. 

Cook, Edward P. Of 368 Broadway. 18 Dec. 1839. 
Cooke, A. S. 12 Aug. 1839. 

Corbin, Wade L. Of England. Editor of "Paul Pry." 7 Aug. 1839. 
Cornell, Charles R. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 1843. 



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Cornell, Mr. Robert. Late Alderman 5th Ward. 119 Hudson Street. 14 

Jan. 1840. 

Cornell, Mrs. A. 14 Jan. 1840. 

Cornell, George J. 14 Jan. 1840. 

Coster, Washington. Two Portraits. 172 Bleecker Street. 11 Nov. 1839. 

Cownig, Henry. 26 Nov. 1839. 

Coyer, C. F. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1844. 

Craig, Mr. Joseph. From Dublin. Painter. 52 Pearl Street. 14 Dec. 1839. 

Craig, Mrs. Joseph. Mother of Mr. Anderson of New York. 14 Dec. 1839. 

Crerar, John. ") _ . ,.. „ r „ , . _. f 14 Sept. 1839. 

„ ' _ . J. Sons of Mrs. W. Boyd from Glasgow. J , „ _ . .,„„„ 

Crerar, Peter. / \ 12 Sept. 1839. 

Crist, Abraham. Counsellor at Law. 20 Nassau Street. Residence 148 

Waverly Place. 29 Aug. 1839. 
Cummings, John G. M. D. Son-in-law to Mrs. A Cochrane. 75 "White 

Street. 29 Sept. 1843. 
Cummings, Mrs. John. Sister of Mrs. J. Kennedy. 13 Aug. 1839. 
Cummings, Brigadier General T. S. Minature Painter. 2 Aug. 1839. 
Cumpston, Rev. Edward H. Obt. 1841. 20 April 1840. 
Cumpston, Mrs. Edward H. Nee Miss Skinner. 1842. 20 April 1840. 
Cushman, Mrs. Alexander. 219 Broadway. Taken at Saratoga, 29 July 

1844. 
Cushman, Edward F. Banker. 14 Wall Street. 1 Mar. 1840. 
Cutter, William. Editor of "Coleman's Monthly Miscellany." 17 Aug. 

1839. 
Davenport, Charles F. N. Y. Post Office. Taken at Boston, 24 May 1842. 
Davidson, Lionel. Of London Bank. 27 Dec. 1839. 
Davies, Thomas S. 16 Jan. 1840. 
Davis, George. Deputy Collector N. Y. Custom House. Two Portraits. 

12 Aug. 1839. 
Davis, Matthew L., Esq., Senr. Step-father of William Davis Greene. 107 

Henry Street. 29 Oct. 1839. 
Day, Mrs. Benjamin. Taken at Saratoga,, 14 Aug. 1842. 
Dayton, Elias B. Two Portraits. Aged 78. Entered and served in U. S. 

Army as a Volunteer in the year 1776. Terminated his active ser- 
vice as Brig. General in the Militia in the State of New Jersey. 

Member of the Society of Cincinnati. 136 Christopher Street. 28 

April 1840. 
De Bawn, Mrs. Abraham. Mother of Mrs. Z. Ring. 16 Mar. 1840. 
Deemes, Rev. Chs. M. F. Methodist Church. Two Portraits. 27 Feb. 

1839. 

de Forest, Lockwood. . 

de Kay, James E. M. D. 18 Oct. 1839. 

de Kay, Master Henry. Grandson of Henry Eckford. 18 Oct. 1839. 

Delafield, Clarence. 4 Mar. 1840. 

Delgrat, John C. 28 Nov. 1839. 

Delgrat, Fanny. 28 Nov. 1839. 

Delgrat, Henrietta. 28 Nov. 1839. 

Delgrat, James Stewart. 28 Nov. 1839. 

Delgrat, John Charles. 28 Nov. 1839. 

Delgrat, Margaret. 28 Nov. 1839. 

Denn, J. A. 18 Dec. 1844. 

Deming, Henry C. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1843. 

Deming, E. 24 Aug. 1839. 

Denike, Willit. Dry Goods. 232 Spring Street. 8 Jan. 1S40. 

Denison, Mr. R. S. Taken at Saratoga, 11 July 1844. 



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Denison, Mrs. R. S. Taken at Saratoga, 11 July 1844. 

Denny, Mrs. Thomas. Of 11 Clinton Place. Sister of T. W. Tappan. Two 

Portraits. 30 Oct. 1839. 
Denny, John Tappan. Merchant. 55 Beaver Street. 30 Oct. 1839. 
Denny, Thomas, Jr. 20 Oct. 1839. 

Dewey, Captain Samuel. U. S. N. Of 77 South Street. 30 Nov. 1832. 
Diederichs, Robert. 117 Pearl Street. Residence 15 Broadway. 29 Oct. 

1840. 
Dorr, Samuel F. Importer. 128 Pearl Street. Residence 26 Varick St. 

Taken at Saratoga. 18 July 1841. 
Drake, John. 35 Bowery. 1 Oct. 1840. 

Drake, Mrs. Magdalen. Mother of Mrs. Townsend. 1 Oct. 1840. 
Draper, Simeon B. Corn Merchant. 55 Cedar Street. 24 Jan. 1840. 
Draper, Mrs. G. H. Nee Miss E. Haggerty. 26 Jan. 1S40. 
Draper, Fanny. 26 Jan. 1840. 
Draper, John Haggerty. 26 Jan. 1840. 
Draper, Mary. 26 Jan. 1840. 
Draper, W. B. 26 Jan. 1840. 

Dubois, Cornelius. 757 Broadway. 13 Dec. 1839. 
Dubois, George Washington. 30 Dec. 1839. 
Dubois, Dr. Henry A. M. D. 757 Broadway. 22 June 1840. 
Dumont, William. 20 Sept. 1843. 

Dunham, William S. Broker. 53 Wall Street. 21 Oct. 1839. 
Dunham, Mrs. Margaret. Sister of Miss M. A. Jones. 31 Oct. 1839. 
Dunham, Harriet Louisa. 31 Oct. 1839. 
Dunham, R. B. 31 Oct. 1839. 
Dunham, W. F. 31 Oct. 1839. 

Eagie, Mr. Henry. Of 486 Broadway. 13 Dec. 1839. 
Eagie, Mrs. Henry. 2 Dec. 1839. 
Eagie, Miss Mathilda. 13 Dec. 1839. 
Eagie, Robert Nelson. 19 Dec. 1839. 
Eastburn, Mrs. James. Native of England. Mother of Rev. M. Eastburn, 

D. D. 5 Mercer Street. 3 Feb. 1840. 
Ebaugh, Rev. John S. Minister of the Reformed Dutch Church. Taken 

at Saratoga, 21 Aug. 1843. 
Eckford, Mrs. Henry. Grandmother of Henry de Kay. Wife of the 

Builder of the "Robert Fulton." 10 Northmore. 18 Oct. 1839. 
Edes, Mr. Peter. Merchant. 91 Front Street. Residence 448 Broome 

Street. 15 Oct. 1840. 

Embury, Daniel. 1839. 

Embury, Miss Anna Rissaud. Granddaughter of Dr. J. R. Manley of 

New York. 1839. 

Everdell, Mr. "William. Engraver. 135 William Street. 10 Nov. 1839. 
Everdell, Mrs. 10 Nov. 1839. 

Ewbank, Thomas. Englishman. Scientist and Writer on Marine Pro- 
pulsion. 99 Crosby Street. 10 Nov. 1839. 
Falconer, James H. 19 Nov. 1844. 

Fell, Duncan C. Auctioneer of 114 Franklin Street. 13 Nov. 1839. 
Fellows, Mr. James S. Of 32 Dey Street. Residence 17 Maiden Lane. 

7 Aug. 1839. 
Fellows, Mrs. James S. 7 Aug. 1S39. 
Ferrers, Signor Charles. From Turin, Italy. Comedian. 8 Northmoore. 

Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 
Ferrers, Signora Jane. Born in Belfast, Ireland. Taken at Saratoga, 

10 Aug. 1844. 



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Ferrers, Signor Fmile. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 

Field, Osgood. Taken at New Orleans, 13 April 1844. 

Finlay, Robert. From Steroy Cruz. 29 Mar. 1840. 

Fisher, Frederick George. Aged 78. Father of Clara Fisher of Drury 

Lane, London. 514 Broome Street. 9 Nov. 1839. 
Fisher, Rev. George H. Reformed Dutch Episcopal Church. Taken at 

Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1843. 
Fitch, William. Merchant. 68 Exchange Place. Residence 8th Street. 

Taken at Saratoga. 23 Aug. 1843. 
Fitzwilliam, Miss Maria. 20 Feb. 1840. 

Floyd, Mrs. Rosamond M. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Mar. 1842. 
Foiling, Ned. 31 Oct. 1839. 
Foiling, Miss Marion. 31 Oct. 1839. 
Fontaine, Veuve Gilbert. Nee Lenoir. 6 Oct. 1840. 
Foot, Fuphemia. 21 Oct. 1839. 
Foot, John. 21 Oct. 1839. 

Foot, Samuel Augustus. Counsellor and Attorney at Law. Foot & Da- 
vies. 44 Wall Street. 21 Oct. 1839. 
Forman, Widow Anna Maria, (husband George). 18 June 1840. 
Forman, Lawrence T. ^ 

Forman, Lewis I Three sons of above. 18 June 1840. * 

Forman, Wilson. j 

Fowle, Edward. Englishman. 29 July 1839. 
Fowler, Lorenzo Niles. Practical Phrenologist and Lecturer. Member of 

the Publishing Firm of Fowler & Wells. 135 Nassau Street. 28 

Nov. 1839. 
Fowlet, Theodosius O. 176 Bleecker Street. 12 Nov. 1839. 
Fox, Henry H. From Dublin. 5 Aug. 1839. 
Francis, D. G. 29 Oct. 1839. 
Francis, G. 1 Nov. 1839. 

Fuller, Mrs. Green Street. 17 Mar. 1840. 
Furniss, William. Taken at Saratoga, 31 Aug. 1840. 
Garcia, Signor J. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1844. 
Gayot, Louis. Residence 102 Leonard Street. Importer. 36 South Street. 

13 Sept. 1839. 
Gedney, George W. 569 Broadway Residence 136 Mercer Street. 5 Oct. 

1839. 
Gibbons, Julia. Aged 2 years 6 months. 5 Jan. 1840. 
Gibbons, Sarah H. Born M. 19th, 1835. 3 ft. 5 in. tall. 5 Jan. 1840. 
Gibert, James T. M. D. 53 Warren Street. 16 Sept. 1839. 
Gibson, Isaac. 45 William Street. Taken at Saratoga. 8 Aug. 1844. 
Gobert, Charlotte. Widow of Charles D. Mother of Mrs. Parker. 12 

April 1840. 
Godone, Signor Gaspare. Of Acrina, Capital of Piedmont, Italy. Of 

Broadway, N. Y. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Godone, Siguora. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Godone, Miss Fanny. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Godone, Ferdinand. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Godone, Gaspare, Jr. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Godone, John. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Godone, Napoleon. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Godwin, Park. 29 July 1839. 

Gourlie, John H. Broker. 17 Wall Street. Residence 101 Varick Street. 
12 Dec. 1839. 



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Graham, David, Jr. Residence 770 Broadway. Counsellor at Law. 74 
Nassau Street. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 1840. 

Graham, Mrs. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 1840. 

Graham, Robert H. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 1840. 

Graham, Nathan B. Residence 84 8th Street. Office 47^ Wall Street. 
23 Nov. 1839. 

Graham, James Lorimer. Attorney at Law. 35 Liberty Street. Resi- 
dence 84 Eighth Street. 23 Nov. 1839. 

Graham, R. M. C. 23 Nov. 1839. 

Gras.se, Rev. Isaiah de. Rector of St. Matthews. 13 Feb. 1840. 

Greene, Walter C. 12 Nov. 1839. 

Greene, William Davis. Stepson of M. L. Davis. 13 Nov. 1839. 

Griffith, John M. 22 South Street. Taken at Troy, 10 Sept. 1841. 

Griffith, Mrs. Catherine. Taken at Troy, 10 Sept. 1841. 

Griffith, Miss M. E. S. Taken at Troy, 10 Sept. 1841. 

Grlswold, Rufns Wilmot. Editor of the "New World." Born in Vermont. 
Became Baptist Preacher, then Journalist. Compiler of Books at 
Philadelphia, Boston and New York. Residence 51J4 Clinton St. 
4 Sept. 1839. 

Griswold, Mr. William. Merchant. 72 South Street. Taken at Saratoga, 
10 July, 1840. 

Grlswold, Mr. George. 57 Chambers Street. Two Portraits. Taken at 
Saratoga. 8 July 1843. 

Griswold, Mrs. George. Two Portraits. Taken at Saratoga. 8 July 1S43. 

Grosvenor, Miss Eliza. 

Grosvenor, Seth. 54 William Street. Residence 39 White Street. 1839. 

Haggerty, John Lewis. Residence 55 Chambers Street. Merchant. 169 
Pearl Street. Taken at Washington. 26 Jan. 1841. 

Haggerty, Mrs. John Lewis. Taken at Washington, 26 Jan. 1841. 

Haggerty, Miss Maria. Taken at Washington, 26 Jan. 1841. 

Haggerty, Ogden. Two Portraits. Merchant. 169 Pearl Street. Resi- 
dence 8 Warren Street. Taken at Washington, 26 Jan. 1841. 

Haggerty, Mrs. Ogden. Taken at Washington, 22 Jan. 1840. 

Haggerty, Anne. Daughter. Taken at Washington, 22 Jan. 1840. 

Haggerty, Ogden. Son. Obt. Nov. 1844. 22 Jan. 1840. 

Haggerty, John A. 26 Jan. 1840. 

Haggerty, Miss Elizabeth. Now Mrs. B. Draper. 26 Jan. 1840. 

Haggerty, William C. 26 Jan. 1840. 

Haight, D. L. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1843. 

Haight, Madame. Daughter-in-law to D. L. Haight. Taken at Saratoga, 
26 July 1843. 

Haight, Miss Lydia. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1843. 

Haight, Samuel. U. S. Consul at Anvers. 20 Dec. 1844. 

Haines, Miss E. R. 23 Nov. 1844. 

Hak, P. Taken at Saratoga, 9 July 1844. 

Hall, Miss. 16 Oct. 1840. 

Hamblin, Thomas Sowerby. Tragedian and Manager of Bowery Theatre: 
347 Broadway. 26 Aug. 1839. 

Hapburn, Mrs. B. H. (Colonel B. H., missing.) Taken at Saratoga, 24 
July 1840. 

Harden, Jacob. M. D. 17 Feb. 1840. 

Harriman, Mrs. A. Widow. Sister of Mrs. J. Clark. Taken at Saratoga 
Springs, 12 Aug. 1840. 

Harriman, Miss Eliza W. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 17 Aug. 1840. 

Harrison, Thomas. 74 years of age. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 



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Harvey, Jacob, Esq. 20 Oct. 1840. 

Harvey, Mrs. Jacob. 20 Oct. 1840. 

Harvey, Miss Mary. 20 Oct. 1840. 

Harvey, Miss Rebecca. 20 Oct. 1840. 

Hassard, John Rose Greene. Aged 3 years. Subsequently Journalist and 
Literary Editor of the "New York Tribune." 13 Nov. 1839. 

Hawley, Emily Jane. Daughter of Madam Mary Beaujeu. (See also S. 
Joyce, N. Y.) 30 Nov. 1844. 

Hawley, T. B. W. 27 July 1839. 

Hays, Jacob. Aged 67. Chief Constable, New City Hall. 46 Lispenard 
Street. 25 Oct. 1839. 

Hays, Mrs. Jacob. 20 Oct. 1839. 

Hays, Benjamin I., Jr. Constable. 46 Lispenard Street. 28 Oct. 1839. 

Hays, Gilbert F. Police Officer. 204 Elm Street. 1 Nov. 1839. 

Hays, Mrs. William Henry. Daughter of Mrs. Monk. 27 Oct. 1839. 

Hays, Miss Mary C. 27 Oct. 1839. 

Hays, William. 27 Oct. 1839. 

Healy, George H. 1837. 

Height, D. I,. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1843. 

Height, Mrs. Daughter-in-law. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1843. 

Height, Miss Lydia. 

Henderson, Robert S. 8 City Hall Place. 20 Aug. 1839. 

Henry, Miss Jane Agnes. Taken at New Orleans, 29 Feb. 1844. 

Henry, Josiah H. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 10 July 1840. 

Heran, D. Melville. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 

Meran, Mrs. D. Melville. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 

Heran, Miss Mary. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 

Herttell, John P. New York Custom House. 19 Aug. 1839. 

Hield, Mr. William. Park Theatre. Died June 1843. 9 Aug. 1839. 

Hield, Mrs. William. 9 Aug. 1839. 

Hixon, J. Vila. Grandson of the Rev. Dr. Samuel Cooper. Taken at Bos- 
ton, 5 Jan. 1842. 

Hoffman, Mr. Philip V. Merchant. 57 Water Street. Residence 3 Bat- 
tery Place. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 25 July 1842. 

Hoffman, Mrs. P. V. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 25 July 1842. 

Hogan, Widow. Frances, Widow of Michael. 150 Waverly Place (1841). 
23 Oct. 1840. 

Hollister, A. P. 14 Sept. 1839. 

Hone, Isaac. Deputy Collector of Custom House. 14 St. Marks Place. 
12 Aug. 1843. 

Horn, James. 9 Chrystie Street. Taken at Saratoga, 13 Aug. 1843. 

Houston, James Alexander. Surgeon in America since November, 1839. 
Late Editor of Belfast "Christian Patriot." 1 April 1840. 

Howard, Daniel D. Exchange Hotel. 10-12 Broad Street. Taken at 
Saratoga, 22 July 1843. 

Howland, Mrs. G. S. Sister of Mrs. R. Williams. 8 June 1840. 

Howland, Julia L. Her daughter. 8 June 1840. 

Howland, G. G. 12 Washington Square. Office 7 State Street. Taken at 
Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1840. 

Howland, Samuel S. 12 Washington Square. Office 55 South Street. 
Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1840. 

Howland, Edgar. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1844. 

Howland, Miss Johanna. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1843. 

Howland, Miss Rebecca. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1843. 

Hoyt, Goold. Merchant. 27 Park Place. 5 Sept. 1844. 



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Hubbard, Samuel R. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1844. 

Hubbard, William H. Taken at Saratoga, 3 July 1843. 

Hughes, Honorable Dr. John. Noted Controversalist and popular influ- 
ential Ecclesiastic. Bishop of Basileopolis in Asia Minor. Coad- 
jutor and administrator of the Bishop of New York. In 1831 built 
the Church of St. John, Philadelphia. In 1850 became first Arch- 
bishop of New York. 263 Mulberry Street. 22 Oct. 1840. 

Hughes, William D. Inspector of Customs. 210 Elm Street. 10 July 
1839. 

Humbert, Francis. 22 Aug. 1839. 

Hunt, William J. English. Arrived in America 17 Aug. 1835. 31 Jan. 
1840. 

Huntington, William. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Hurlbut, Elisha P. Counsellor at Law. 73 Cedar Street. 9 Sept. 1839. 

Hussey, George. 83 South Street. Residence 83 Madison Avenue. 15 
Mar. 1840. 

Hutchins, F. 120 Chatham Street. 19 Dec. 1839. 

Hutchins, Mrs. F. Already described as Mrs. Jane Beebee. 19 Dec. 1839. 

Hutchins, Alexander. 19 Dec. 1839. 

Hutchins, Augustus. 19 Dec. 1839. 

Hutchins, Charles. 19 Dec. 1839. 

Hutton, John. Aged 107. Taken at Philadelphia, 

Hutton, J. Francis. 30 Wall Street. 5 Aug. 1839. 

Ingraham, Judge Daniel P. Court of Common Pleas. 9 Wall Street. 
Residence Harlem. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1841. 

In in. -ui. Mr. Henry. 17 White Street. Portrait and Miniature Painter. 
. Vice-President of the National Academy of Design. Visited Eng- 
land, where he painted Portraits of Macaulay, Wordsworth, etc. 
Executed the Portrait of William Penn, in Independence Hall, 
Philadelphia, Died 1846. Residence 18 Water St. 1 Oct. 1840. 

Inman, Miss Mary L. 1 Oct. 1840. 

Innes, Mrs. Anne. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1842. 

Ireland, George. President of the Mutual Insurance Co. 52 Wall Street. 
Residence 172 Duane Street. 15 Oct. 1840. 

Irvin, Richard. Merchant. 98 Front Street. Residence 16 Greenwich 
Street. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 

Irvin, Mrs. Richard (Mary). Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 

Irvin, Miss Mary. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 

Irvin, Miss Susan AVilliams. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 

Irvin, William. Taken at Saratoga. 5 Sept. 1843. 

Irving, Sanders. Taken at Washington, 12 June 1841. 

Jackson, Miss Emily. — ■ — - - — . 

Jay, Miss Eliza. 10 Mar. 1840. 

Jay, Mr. John. Lawyer and Writer. Son of William Jay. An Ardent 
Abolitionist. Instrumental in founding the Republican Party. 10 
Mar. IS 40. 

Jay, Mrs. John. 10 Mar. 1840. 

Jay, Peter Augustus. Uncle of Eliza and John. Attorney and Coun- 
sellor. 81 Nassau Street. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1840. 

Jay, Miss Anne. Taken at Philadelphia, 12 Oct. 1842. 

Jay, "William. Counsellor at Law. Ardent Abolitionist. Wrote several 
books dealing with the Slave Question. Judge for Westchester 
Co. Father of John Jay. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1840. 

Jay, Miss Sarah Louisa. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1840. 



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Jewett, Isaac T. Dry Goods. 28 Cedar Street. Residence 6 Beach Street. 

28 Feb. 1840. 
Jocelyn, lieu jam in. 8 Nov. 1839. 
Jocelyn, Titus. 8 Nov. 1839. 

Johnson, Mr. Chs. T. Obt. Feb. 1843. 21 Sept. 1839. 
Johnson, Mrs. Chs. T. 21 Sept. 1839 

Johnson, Miss Louisa. (Sister of Mrs. Coit of New York.) 24 Feb. 1840. 
Johnson, Theodore T. 24 Feb. 1840 

Johnson, Oliver. Assistant Editor of the "New York Tribune." Native 
of Peacham, Vermont. Strong Abolitionist. Taken at Philadel- 
phia, 11 Dec. 1844. 
Jones, Adelaide. 1 Nov. 1843. 
Jones, Miss M. A. (Sister of Mrs. C. Dunham of New York.) 15 April 

1840. 
Jones, William Page. 2d Lieut., 3d U. S. Artillery. Died 1841. Taken at 

Washington, 10 April 1841. 
Joyce, Samuel. Woolen Draper. 378 Broadway. See Beaujeu. 8 Aug. 

1839. 
Joyce, Mrs. Samuel. Nee Miss Ellen Murphy of Dublin. Married Dec. 

1841. 20 July 1839. 
Judah, Mrs. J. W. W. Daughter of Hayman Levi of Camden, South Ca. 

Taken at Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1844. 
Judah, S. W. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1843. 
Jumel, Madame Eliza. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 1843. 
Karney, Robert W. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Notary Public of 

Nassau Street. 17 Aug. 1839. 
Kean, Miss Christine. 21 April 1840. 

Kearney, Philip, Jr. 2d Lieut., 1st Dragoons. Aide-de-camp to General 
in Chief. Previously served "with Chasseurs d'Afrique. Made Cap- 
tain 1846. Lost left arm at Battle Churubusco. Fought in Italian- 
French War. Won the Cross of the Legion of Honor. Fought in 
the Civil War with the Army of "Virginia. Taken at Saratoga, 9 
Sept. 1843. 
Kearney, Phillip, Jr. Another Portrait. Taken at Washington, 18 May 

1841. 
Keel, R. S. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1844. 
Kellogg, Charles Augustus. Taken at Troy, 2 Oct. 1841. 
Kellogg, Mrs. Warren S. Taken at Troy, 28 Sept. 1841. 
Kellogg, Henry L.. Taken at Troy, 13 Sept. 1841. 
Kellogg, John Pain. Taken at Troy, 2 Oct. 1841. 

Kent, James. American Jurist. Chancellor of New York with Judge 
Story, Supreme Court. Famous for his work, "Commentaries on 
American Law." 43 Nassau Street. Residence 14 St. Marks Place. 
20 Oct. 1840. 
Kimball, Mrs. Elijah H. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1843. 
King, Mr. Zebedee. 16 Mar. 1840. 
King, Zebedee, Jr. 16 Mar. 1840. 
King, George H. 21 Mar. 1840. 
King, James T. 21 Mar. 1840. 
King, John T. Two Portraits. 14 Mar. 1840. 
King, S. B. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1844. 
Kneeland, H. Sculptor. 14 Nov. 1843. 
Kneeland, Mrs. Eve. C. Sister of Wm. L. Jarvis of Baltimore. Taken at 

Saratoga, 9 Sept. 1843. 
Knox, Hugh. 16 Park Place. Taken at Troy, 14 Sept. 1841. 



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Kyle, Alexander. Professor of the Flute. 92 Greene Street. 24 April 
1839. 

Kyle, Mrs. Alexander. 9 Oct. 1839. 

Kyle, John A., Jr. Professor of the Flute. 9 Oct. 1839. 

Kyle, John A., Jr. Paymaster of U. S. Army. 10 Sept. 1839. 

Laburee, Rev. Benjamin. (See Central American E. D. Society). 8 May 
1840. 

Lacombe, Mr. Eitiile Henry. 58 William Street. 20 Jan. 1840. 

Lacombe, Mrs. Emile Henry. 20 Jan. 1840. 

La Coste, Henry. Dry Goods. 72 William Street. 22 Aug-. 1839. 

Lamb, Mr. Anthony. Of Jay Street. Late Magistrate. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 7 Aug. 1840. 

Lamb, Miss Sarah. Taken at Saratoga. 7 Aug. 1840. 

Lambert, W. G., Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1843. 

Lanckcnau, Richard. Professor of Music. 57 Bast Broadway. 14 May 
1840. 

Larrabee, William F. Two Portraits. 11 Mar. 1840. 

Latting, T. Jordan. (See Joseph of Saltingdown, L. I.) Taken at Sara- 
toga, 23 July 1844. 

Lawrence, Cornelius William. 28 Sept. 1839. 

Lawrence, Miss Adriana. 21 Dec. 1839. 

Lawrence, Richard M. 351 Broadway. 21 Dec. 1839. 

Leavitt, Josiah. (Rev.) 143 Nassau Street. Editor. Born in Heath. 
Franklin Co., Mass. Issued first daily Anti-Slavery Journal "The 
Chronicle." In 1848 was office editor of the "N. T. Independent." 
24 Jan. 1840. 

Lee, Capt. James, Jr. Aide-de-Camp of 6th Brigade N. Y. State Artillery. 
Two Portraits. 20 Nov. 1840. 

Lee, Charles A. M. D. 369 Hudson Street. 20 Dec. 1839. 

Lefevre, Rev. Clement F. 85 Sixth Avenue. 3 Mar. 1840. 

Lefevre, Mrs. C. F. 3 Mar. 1840. 

Lefevre, Miss Ellen. 3 Mar. 1840. 

Lefevre, G. 3 Mar. 1840. 

Lefevre, William. 3 Mar. 1840. 

Lewis, Charles D. Life Guard N. T. Militia. 20 Oct. 1840. 

Lichtenhein, S. A., Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

Little, J. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1844. 

Livermore, Mr. W. W. Attorney. 39 Pine Street. Taken at Saratoga, 11 
Aug. 1842. 

Livermore, airs. W. W. Daughter of Mrs. A. Post of New York. Taken 
at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1842. 

Livingston, Mrs. Mortimer. 178 Bleecker Street. Taken at Saratoga, 28 
July 1840. 

Livingston, Mrs. Mortimer. Another Portrait. Taken at Saratoga, 20 
Aug. 1840. 

Livingston, Miss Angelica. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1840. 

Livingston, Miss Jerraline. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1840. 

Livingston, Miss Sylvia. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1840. 

Lockwood, Roe. 411 Broadway. Bookseller. Residence 104 Bleecker 
Street. 20 Feb. 1840. 

Logan, Adam D. Counsellor at Law. 4 Wall Street. 26 Oct. 1840. 

Love, William E., Sr. Polyphonist. 9 Aug. 1839. 

Lndlow, Mrs. E. G. (Bust only). 630 Broadway. 10 Aug. 1839. 

Ludlow, Mary Constance. 10 Aug. 1839. 

Ludlow, Miss Susan. 10 Aug. 1839. 



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Ludlow, William H. 10 Aug. 1839. 

Mabee, Thomas B. 89 Greene Street. See Mabee of Tarrytown. 22 Feb. 
1840. 

Mabee, Mrs. Thomas B. 22 Feb. 1840. 

Mackie, John F. Commission Merchant. Third Avenue. 9 Mar. 1840. 

Magher, John H. Counsellor at Law, 3 Nassau Street. 10 Sept. 1839. 

Maite, William H. T. 30 Oct. 1839. 

Manice, De Forest. Manice, Gould & Co. 67 Pine Street. Residence 
Lafayette Place. Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug-. 1843. 

Manley, James R. M. D. 19 White Street. Resident Physician of City. 
20 Aug-. 1839. 

Manley, James R., Jr. M. D. 7 Dey Street. 5 Nov. 1839. 

Manley, Miss Petronella P. 25 Oct. 1839. 

Mapes, Colonel James. Two Portraits. 20 Aug. 1839. 

Mapes, Colonel James. A Bust done by H. Kneeland. 14 Nov. 1843. 

Mapes, Mrs. James. 20 Aug. 1839. 

Mapes, Miss Mary Elizabeth. 20 Aug. 1839. 

Mapes, Miss Sophia Gertrude. 20 Aug. 1839. 

Mapes, Miss Louisa. 20 Aug. 1839. 

Mapes, Master Charles. 20 Aug. 1839. 

Marbury, Francis F. Attorney and Counsellor. 32 Warren Street. Office 
20 Nassau Street. 3 Oct. 1839. 

Marcy, William Learned. Ex-Governor of State of New York. Born at 
Southbridge, Mass. As Lieutenant in Light Infantry he captured 
the first British Flag in the War. In 1843 Secretary of War. 28 
Sept. 1839. 

Marcy, William Learned. Another Portrait. Taken at Saratoga. 

Mason, Henry. 11 Mar. 1840. 

Mason, Robert M. Commission Merchant. 51 Exchange Place. Resi- 
dence Chambers St. 22 Nov. 1839. 

Mayers, Charles Major. 18 Aug. 1839. 

McCoskey, Robert. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1843. 

McCready, Frederick, Sr. Drugs. 461 Broadway. 9 Sept. 1839. 

McCready, Mrs. Frederick, Sr. 9 Sept. 1839. 

McCready, Anna. 9 Sept. 1839. 

McCready, Frederick, Jr. 9 Sept. 1839. 

McCready, Master Mapes. 9 Sept. 1839. 

McCready, Miss Mary. 9 Sept. 1839. 

McCurdy, Robert BT. 59 Clinton Place. Office 47 Exchange Place. Taker! 
at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

McCurdy, Mrs. Gertrude M. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

McCurdy, Miss G. M. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

McCurdy, Sarah. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

McCurdy, T. F. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1844. 

McDonald, William. 22 Nov. 1844. 

McDougall, J. Alexander. 31 Aug. 1842. 

McDougall, Mrs. Flizabeth. Widow of William. 57 Suffolk Street. 31 
Aug. 1842. 

Mclntyre, Peter. 65-67 Barclay Street. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1843. 

McKeon, John. Late Member of Congress. 512 Broome Street. Attor- 
ney. 109 Fulton Street. 

McMurray, John. Taken at New Orleans, 11 Feb. 1844. 

Merck, Theodore. 25 Nov. 1839. 



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Merrill, Hamilton W. 2d Lient., 2d U. S. Dragoons. Appointed Brevet 
Major for gallant conduct at Battle of "Molina del Rey." Re- 
signed from the Army 1857. Taken at Saratoga. 25 July 1843. 

Merritt, Widow of Michael. 25 Feb. 1840. 

Merry, Captain Thomas H., Sr. 34 Wall Street. Residence 210 Thompson 
Street. 25 Aug. 1839. 

Merry, Mrs. Thomas H. 3 Dec. 1839. 

Merry, Anna Tailer. "j 

Merry, Charlotte. J. Daughters of above. 5 Dec. 1839. 

Merry, Mary. j 

Merry, Thomas B. Grandson of above. 5 Dec. 1839. 

Mesier, Edward S. 9 Murray St. Stationer. Residence 134 Bleecker 
Street. 15 Mar. 1840. 

Mesier, Alice. Aged 5 years and 2 months. 16 Mar. 1840. 

Mesier, Josephine. Aged 2 years, 5 months. 16 Mar. 1840. 

Middleton, Thomas D. Merchant. 12 Front Street. Residence 27 Broad- 
way. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1844. 

Miller, Daniel H. 29 Aug. 1839. 

Millnor, Gas. J. American Association Co. 16 Aug. 1839. 

Moffatt, Dr. Win. B. Medical Officer for the sale of Life Pills and Phoenix 
Bitters. 375 Broadway. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Moffat, Mr. M. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Moffatt, Dr. John. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Moffatt, Miss Caroline. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Moffatt, Miss Sophia Y. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Moffatt, Miss Maria. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Monell, Claudius L. 15 Oct. 1839. 

Moreton, John Li. 31 Broadway. Secretary of Academy of Design. 20 
Jan. 1840. 

Morris, Emma. 18 Nov. 1839. 

Morris, Mrs. George. 5 Greenwich Street. Sister-in-law of Emma. 18 
Nov. 1839. 

Morris, Mrs. Richard Valentine. "Widow of Commodore Morris. Taken 
at Saratoga. 1 Sept. 1840. 

Morris, Mr. Robert H. Recorder of the City of New York. 32 Varick 
Street. 11 Mar. 1840. 

Morris, Mrs. Robert H. 11 Mar. 1840. 

Morison, Hector. Taken at Philadelphia, 3 Mar. 1S43. 

Morison, Hector. Another Portrait. 14 April 1849. 

Mulligan, John W., Jr. 143 Fulton Street. Taken at Saratoga. 25 Aug. 
1843. 

Murray, John B. 30 Mar. 1840. 

Murray, O. 6 Feb. 1840. 

Nack, James. Poet. Deaf and Dumb. Translator. 38 Wooster Street. 
3 Oct. 1839. 

Neilson, Dr. John. M. D. 162 Chambers Street. 26 Sept. 1839. 

Neilson, John, Jr. Secretary, 50 Wall Street. Residence 17 Stuyvesant 
Square. 25 Mar. 1839. 

Nichols, Anne Clark. 17 Sept. 1839. 

Nichols, Miss Rebeeca Dale. 17 Sept. 1839. 

Nixon, James Oscar. 8 Aug. 1839. 

Noah, Miss J. P. 2 Nov. 1840. 

Norton, Heman. Correspondence Secretary of American Prost. Society, 
Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. . 



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Nugent, Miss Augusta. 20 Sept. 1839. 

Nuns, J. Portrait Painter. 16 May 1840. 

Oakey, Judge J. 15 Nov. 1839. 

Oakey, James B. Inspector of Flour. 347 Greenwich Street. 24 Aug. 

1839. 
Oakey, William J. 6ft. 4in. without boots. Three Portraits. 3 June 

1840. 
Oakey, Miss E. Two Portraits. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 Aug. 

1841. 
Oakley, Cornelius, Jr. 73 Pearl Street. Residence 80 Eldridge Street. 

13 Dec. 1839 
Oakley, Charles S. 147 Front Street. Residence 63 Morton Street. 25 

Dec. 1839. 
Oakley, Mrs. Maria Louisa. 23 Nov. 1839. 
Oakley, Charles S. Another Portrait. Grandson of John R. Roome of 

New York. 23 Nov. 1839. 
Oakley, Margaret Roome. 23 Nov. 1839. 
O'Brien, John. 23 Nov. 1839. 
O'Connor, Daniel. Builder. 3 Bayard Street. Taken at Saratoga. 17 

Aug. 1843. 
O'Donoghue, Rev. Francis. R. C. Of Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland, 

now in New York. 16 Sept. 1840. 
Ogden, Nicholas G., Jr. Cashier of Phoenix Bank. 24 Wall Street. Resi- 
dence 144 Thompson Street. 18 Apr. 1840. 
Ogden, Mrs. Nicholas G. 18 April 1840. 
Ogden, Caroline. 18 April 1840. 
Ogden, Gouverneur. 18 April 1840. 
Ogden, Isaac G., Sr. Broker. 48 Wall Street. Residence 93 Thompson 

Street. 17 April 1840. 
Ogden, Mrs. Isaac. 2 Sept. 1840. 
Ogden, Isaac G., Jr. 2 Sept. 1839. 
Ogden, Miss. (Sister of Isaac.) 2 Sept. 1839. 
Ogden, Miss Euphemia. 25 April 1840. 
Ogden, Miss Laura. 20 Jan. 1840. 

Ogden, Sarah. Granddaughter of Isaac. 17 April 1840. 
Ogden, T. Murray. 4 Mar. 1840. 

Onderdonk, John C. Obt. Oct. 15, 1840. Taken from Death. 16 Oct. 1840. 
Onderdonk, Miss Elizabeth. 
Onderdonk, H. T. M. 13 Sept. 1839. 
Onderdonk, William H. 13 Sept. 1839. 
Osborne, Samuel. Saddler. 141 Water Street. Residence 8 Green Street. 

28 Nov. 1839. 
O'Sullivan, J. L. 5 Oct. 1840. 

O'Sullivan, T. L. Of "Democratic Review," 5 Oct. 1840. 
Packwood, Samuel. 15 St. Mark's Place. 1 Mar. 1840. 
Paine, Mr. John. Broker. 30 Wall Street. Residence 9 Waverly Place. 

Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1844. 
Paine, Mrs. John. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1844. 

Pardow, Mr. George. From Warwickshire, England. Needles. 95 Maid- 
en Lane. Residence 188 Elm Street. 18 Jan. 1840. 
Pardotr, Mrs. George. Mother of Mrs. John S. Timmins, of New York. 

18 Jan. 1840. 



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Parker, James C. 12 April 1840. 

Parker, Mrs. James C. Daughter of Charles Gobert of New York. 12 
April 1840. 

Parker, A. E. \ gong Qf above 12 April 1840 

Parker, James Courlandt. J 

Parker, Miss Gertrude. Aunt of James C. 17 Apr. 1840. 

Parmley, Samuel W. Dentist. 9 Park Street. Three Portraits. 10 Dec. 
1839. 

Parmley, Mrs. Samuel W. 10 Dec. 1839. 

Parmley, Anna. 10 Dec. 1839. 

Parmley, Ehrick. 10 Dec. 1839. 

Parmley, Elizabeth Montague. 10 Dec. 1839. 

Parmley, Julia. 10 Dec. 1839. 

Parmley, Mary. 10 Dec. 1839. 

Parmley, Jahial. Brother of Samuel. (Dentist). 11 Park Place. Resi- 
dence 159 Hudson Street. 8 Dec. 1839. 

Parmley, David R. Cousin of Samuel. 6 Feb. 1840. 

Pattern, H. Joseph. 29 July 1839. 

Pearson, E. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1840. 

Peek, John. Merchant. 21 Cliff Street. Residence 398 Fourth Street. 
10 Jan. 1840. 

Phelps, Mrs. Thomas William. 230 East Broadway. 5 Aug. 1839. 

Phelps, Miss Elizabeth. 5 Aug. 1839. 

Phelps, Miss Maria E. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1840. 

Phoenix. J. Phillips. Member of Congress. Born in Morristown, N. J. 
Became New York Merchant. Was Member of State House of 
Representatives 1848. 54 Wall Street. Residence 18 State Street. 
Died 1859. Taken at Saratoga. 23 Aug. 1841. 

Pierce, Joshua H. Lithographer. 19 Jan. 1840. 

Pierson, E. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1843. 

Plumb, B. W. 17 Nov. — . 

Plumb, B. W. Another Portrait. 8 Dec. 1844. 

Plunkett, Alfred. Importer. 13 William Street. Residence 91 Elm Street 
30 July 1839. 

Plunkett, Mrs. Alfred. Taken from description. Obt. 30 July 1839. 

Plunkett, Eliza. 29 July 1839. 

Plunkett, Ernest. 29 July, 1839. 

Poole, Franklin. 28 Nov. 1839. 

Popham, Major W. Aged 88. 5 Nov. 1839. 

Post, Mrs. Mother of Mrs. A. B. Patterson of Baltimore and Mrs. W. W. 
Livermore of New York. Taken at Saratoga. 11 Aug. 1842. 

Povey, John. Of Park Theatre. Taken at Philadelphia, 23 Feb. 1843. 

Powell, William. 1840. 

Power, Very Rev. John. R. C. Vicar General of New York. Rector of 
St. Peter's Church, Barclay Street. 476^ Broadway. 

Pratt, Horace L. Edgar. A. B. of New York University. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 12 Aug. 1844. 

Price, Miss Harriet M. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1843. 

Pride, Mr. George L. 17 Sept. 1839. 

Pride, Mrs. George L.. 17 Sept. 1839. 

Pride, Hamilton Jackson. 10 Oct. 1839. 

Pride, Mary Janet. 6 Nov. 1828? 

Prue, Mary Augusta. Taken at Saratoga, 21 Aug. 1844. 

Pudington, Henry T. Taken at New Orleans, 1 Mar. 1844. 

Purdy, John F. Grocer. 323 Bleecker Street. 16 Sept. 1839. 



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Purdy, L,. IiOvell. 17 Sept. 1839. 

Putnam, Captain Nathaniel, Jr. Of the Ship "Zenobia." Taken at Sara- 
toga, 12 Aug-. 1843. 

Quickley, James B. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1842. 

Quincy, John W. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 1843. 

Ramsay, J. M. 29 Mar. 1840. 

Randolph, W. B. 26 June 1840. 

Ransen, Lena Ann. 31 Oct. 1839. 

Rapelye, George. Merchant. 169 Front Street. Residence 103 Madison 
Avenue. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1841. 

Rathbone, J. B. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1840. 

Read, Rev. Fitch. Methodist Episcopal Church. 20 April 1840. 

Redmond, William. Merchant. 56 Pine Street. Residence 54 Barclay- 
Street. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Sept. 1844. 

Reid, Capt. Samuel. Son of a British Naval Officer. Born in Norwich, 
Conn. Entered the Navy. Warden of the Port of New York. De- 
signed the U. S. Flag now in use; first hoisted in Hall of Repre- 
sentatives, Washington. 23 Nov. 1844. 

Remsen, J. Henry. Taken at Boston, 20 May 1842. 

Richards, Nathaniel. Father of the late Mrs. Jonathan D. Steele. Taken 
at Saratoga Springs, 12 Sept. 1842. 

Richards, Mrs. Nathaniel. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 12 Sept. 1842. 

Riggs, Elisha. Merchant. Hanover Street. Residence 6 Bowling Green. 
Taken at Saratoga, 3 Aug. 1843. 

Ring, Zebedee. Shipwright. 442 Water Street. Residence 171 E. Broad- 
way. 16 Mar. 1840. 

Ring, Mrs. Zebedee. Daughter of Mrs. de Bawn of New York. 16 Mar. 
1840. 

Ring, George. (Mrs. R. missing.) 21 Mar. 1840. 

Ring, James. 21 Mar. 1840. 

Ring, John. Shipwright. 673 Water Street. 14 Mar. 1840. 

Ring, Zebedee, Jr. 21 Mar. 1840. 

Robertson, Rev. D. F. Licentiate Presbyterian Church. Taken at Sara- 
toga. 8 Aug. 1843. 

Rockwood, Charles G. 27 Nov. 1839. 

Roome, William J. Corner of Eighth Avenue and 21st Street. Painter. 
12 Oct. 1839. 

Roome, John P. Crier of the Courts of Oyer Terminer, Supreme Customs. 
Grandfather of C. S. Oakley of N. Y. Deputy Sheriff. 243 West 
21st Street. 12 Sept. 1839. 

Roome, Miss Sarah. Daughter. 12 Sept. 1839. 

Roussel, Dr. Charles S. 22 Nov. 1844. 

Rue, L,. E. 13 Nov. 1839. 

St. John, G. B. Peel Museum, New York, Taken at Saratoga. 18 July 
1840. 

Salisbury, John L. Dry Goods. 24 Barclay Street. Residence 17 White 
Street. 7 April 1840. 

Salisbury, Widow Mary. 7 April 1840. 

Salisbury, John R. 1 children. 7 April 1840. 

Salisbury, Mary B. j 

Sandford, Thomas. 2 ft. 9 in. 20 Jan. 1840. 

Sargent, Epes. Editor of "New York Mirror." Born in Gloucester, Mass. 
Subsequently associated with Boston "Evening Transcript." Wrote 
several successful dramas and novels. 7 Sept. 1839. 

Savage, Cornelius. Merchant. 66 Liberty Street. 20 Jan. 1S40. 



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Sayre, Francis. Attorney at Law. 12 Wall Street. 19 Aug-. 1839. 
Schermerhorn, Abraham. 36 Bond Street. Residence 1 Greenwich St. 

5 Feb. 1840. 
Schieffelin, Richard L. Solicitor and Counsellor at Law. 20 Chambers 

Street. Residence 111 Bleecker Street. 10 Mar. 1840. 
Schieffelin, Mrs. Richard L. 10 Mar 1840. 
Schieffelin, Broadhurst. 10 Mar. 1840. 
Schieffelin, Julia. 10 Mar. 1840. 
Schieffelin, Sidney A. 10 Mar. 1840. 
Schieffelin, Henry M. 142 Front Street. Residence 27 Waverly Place. 

1839. 
Schieffelin, Mrs. H. M. Daughter of Mrs. Wag-staff of New York. 1 Mar. 

1840. 
Schieffelin, P. 23 Nov. 1844. 

Scott, John M. 91 Front Street. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1843. 
Scott, William B. Merchant. 92 William Street. Taken at Saratoga, 22 

Aug. 1842. 
Sedgwick, Miss Catherine M. -j Nieces of Miss C. M. ( 19 Dec. 1844. 
Sedgwick, Miss E. (.Sedgwick, of Stock- J 19 Dec. 1844. 

Sedgwick, Miss Susan R. J bridge, Mass. ( Taken at Saratoga, 

Sharper, Mrs. Henry. Taken at Philadelphia, 27 Oct. 1842. 
Shea, Francis. Died Sept. 1843. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug-. 1840. 
Sherman, Edward S. Taken. at Saratoga, 17 July 1844. 
Sherman, Thaddeus, Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1843. 
Sickles, Miss Mary H. Taken at Boston, 7 April 1842. 
Silliman, Augustus E. 30 Wall Street. Lawyer. 13 Dec. 1839. 
Skinner, Rev. Thomas H. Pastor of New Mercer Street Church. 11 Feb. 

1840. 
Sloat, John Drake. Commodore U. S. N. Commandant at Navy Yards at 

Portsmouth, N. H., 1840-44. Commander of the Pacific Squadron 

1844-46. Commander of Norfolk Navy Yard 1847-51. Retired 1861. 

Appointed Rear-Admiral 1866. 432 Houston Street. Died 1867. 

Taken at Saratoga, 13 Aug. 1844. 
Smets, William A. Brother of Mrs. Cheltama of Amsterdam, N. Y. 258 

Broadway. 28 Sept. 1840. 
Smith, Daniel S. 347 Greenwich Street. Merchant. Office 30 Water 

Street. 4 Oct. 1839. 
Smith, Rev. Edward G. Late Editor of "Quarterly Christian Spectator." 

2S Greenwich Lane. 6 Sept. 1839. 
Smith, George B. Street Commissioner from 1820-35. President of the 

B. and B Bank, 9th Avenue and 20th Street. 25 Mar. 1840. 
Smith, James O. 134 Prince Street. 26 Feb. 1840. 
Smith, William A. (See William A. of Brooklyn.) 16 Jan. 1840. 
Soil, Stephen de. Taken at New Orleans, 7 Feb. 1844. 
Southmays, Charles F. 9 Sept. 1839. 

Sparks, William H. Police Officer. 118 Leonard Street. 30 Oct. 1839. 
Spooner, Dr. S. M. D. Dentist. 115 Chambers Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 17 July 1843. 
Spooner, Mrs. S. (Jane E.) Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1843. 
Spraker, David. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Aug. 1841. 
Spraker, James. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Aug. 1841. 
Stacy, Elbridge G. Dealer in Mahogany. 66 Wooster Street. Residence 

188 Duane Street. Taken at New Orleans, 7 Feb. 1844. 
Stanton, Dr. M. 30 Oct. 1840. 
Staples, Mr. William. 27 William Street. 25 Jan. 1840. 



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Staples, Mrs. William. Sister of D. Tomkins of New York. 25 Jan. 1840. 

Staples, Wight. 25 Jan. 1840. 

Stedman, Charles A. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 26 Aug. 1841. 

Stewart, Mrs. William. 23 May 1840. 

Stinemets, William H. Merchant. 3 Nassau Street. Residence 127 Cedar 

Street. 29 Oct. 1839. 
Stinemets, Mrs. William H. 29 Oct. 1839. 
Stinemets, Julia Ann. 29 Oct. 1839. 
Stodart, Mrs. Adam. Nee Miss Maria L. Fay. 461 Broadway. (Adam — 

Piano Maker, 361 Broadway.) 7 Aug. 1839. 
Stoddard, Sarah Min. 2 Feb. 1840. 
Stone, Col. William L,. S. 46 Pine Street. Residence 36 Church Street. 

Editor of the "Commercial Editor." Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 

1844. 
Stone, Col. William L. S. Another Picture. 20 Oct. 1839. 
Stone, Mrs. William L. S. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 
Stone, William L,. Son. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 
Stoppani, Charles G. Arcade Baths. 39 Chambers Street. 20 Nov. 1839. 
Storm, Garrit. 2 Warren Street. 18 Sept. 1839. 
Stuart, Rohert L. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1841. 
Suydam, James. 39 Nassau Street. Residence 209 Ninth Street. 28 Feb. 

1840. 
Suydam, James. Another Portrait. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1839. 
Tallmadge, Daniel B. Judge of Supreme Court. Attorney. 15 City Hall. 

Residence 235 Ninth Street. 1 Oct. 1839. 
Tallmadge, Frederick. 20 April 1840. 
Tallmadge, F. A. Counsellor and Senator of State of New York. 28 

Aug. 1839. 
Tallmadge, Miss T. T. 29 Aug. 1839. 
Tallniadge, William A. 2 Sept. 1839. 

Tallmadge, General N. P. Taken at Washington, 25 Mar. 1841. 
Tanner, Mr. Frederick; C. Dry Goods. 57 Cedar Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 22 July 1844. 
Tanner, Mrs. Frederick C. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1844. 
Tappan, Rev. Henry P. Professor at New York University. 10th Avenue 

and Second Street. 6 Sept. 1839. 
Tappan, C. P. 25 Sept. 1839. 

Taylor, Miss Fanny. Taken at Saratoga, 9 July 1844. 
Taylor, James. 6 Mar. 1840. 
Taylor, James A. 79 Water Street. Residence 56 Lispenard Street. 7 

Aug. 1839. 
Theall, Mrs. Benjamin. 178 Walker Street. (Mr. Benjamin. Morocco 

Dresser.) 29 Nov. 1839. 
Thibault, Angelina. 4 Oct. 1839. 

Thibault, Charles. 15 Walker Street. 4 Oct. 1839. 
Tieman, Daniel F. Alderman 16th Ward. 22 Nov. 1839. 
Thompson, Mr. Jerome. Portrait and Historical Painter. 639 Broadway. 

15 Oct. 1839. 
Thompson, Mrs. Jerome. 15 Oct. 1839. 
Thomson, Henry L. Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1844. 
Thomson, James, Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1S44. 
Tickner, M. L. 10 Oct. 1839. 



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Timmins, Mr. John S. 11 Piatt Street. Residence 188 Elm Street. 10 

Jan. 1840. 
Timmins, Mrs. John S. Daughter of Mrs. Pardow of N. Y. 10 Jan. 1840. 

Timmins, John P. ^ ( 

„. . M . „ Nephews and Niece of Mr. I „ _ 1C .. 

Timmins, Miss Mary. \. _ . _ _. J 9 Jan. 1840. 

m< - -«,t-,,. ^.^ f John S. Timmins, J 

Timmins, William Chance. J (^ 

Tisdale, Samuel T. 212 Water Street. Residence Fifth Avenue and 14th 

Street. 20 Aug. 1839. 
Tolton, Sarah. (Sister of Myers.) 
Tomlinson, Thomas A. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 12 

June 1841. 
Tompkins, Mr. Daniel H. Brother of Mrs. Staples of N. Y. 34 Broadway. 

Residence 11 Warren Street. 25 Jan. 1840. 
Tompkins, Mrs. Daniel H. 25 Jan. 1840. 
Tompkins, Miss Laura. 25 Jan. 1840. 
Tompkins, William. 25 Jan. 1840. 
Townsend, Mrs. Margaret. Aged 78. 6 Jan. 1840. 
Townsend, Miss Magdalena. 6 Jan. 1840. 

Townsend, Mr. John R. Attorney and Counsellor. 55 Wall Street. Resi- 
dence 28 Broadway. 6 Jan. 1840. 
Townsend, Mrs. John R. Nee Miss Drake. 6 Jan. 1840. 
Townsend, Baby Margaret. 5 months old. 6 Jan. 1840. 
Tredwell, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth. Widow. (Sister of Miss J. V. Campbell 

of N. Y.) 18 May 1840. 
Turell, Chs. J. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1844. 
Turpin, Dr. William P. M. D. 153 Elm Street. 8 Aug. 1839. 
Tuttle, Andrew C. 86 Christopher Street. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 

1840. 
Tyler, George C. U. S. Custom House. Two Portraits. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Tyler, George Frederick. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 
I'llmann, Daniel. Councillor at Law. 14 Wall Street. Residence 422 

Houston Street. 16 Nov. 1839. 
Usher, Miss Marcella. Obt. 8 March 1841. 5 Aug. 1839. 
Valentine, David T. Assistant Clerk Common Council. 8 City Hall. 7 

Nov. 1839. 
Van Antwerp, Miss Anne Sickles. 13 May 1840. 
Van Antwerp, Margaret. 13 May 1840. 
Vander Vort, Joseph B. 2 Jan. 1840. 
Vandervoort, Peter. Merchant. 43 Stone Street. Residence 205 Ninth 

Street. 24 Sept. 1839. 

Van Dinhoff, . Tragedian. 20 Nov. 1839. 

Van Dinhoff, Miss Caroline. Niece of above. 20 Nov. 1839. 

Van Doren, Y. L. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1844. 

Van Murbecke, H. C. 12 Aug. 1839. 

Van "Wart, Irving. Son of Henry Van Wart of Birmingham, England. 

Relative of Washington Irving. 2 June 1840. 
Van Wart, Mrs. Irving. 2 June 1840. 
Vcn Planck, Samuel. 36 Franklin Street. Attorney. Office 4 Wall Street. 

17 Jan. 1840. 
Vogel, Max. Merchant. 59 Wall Street. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Sept. 1840. 
Vultee, Miss Caroline A. 7 Oct. 1839. 
Wagstaff, Mrs. David. Mother of Mrs. H. M. Schieffelin of N. Y. 5 Mar. 

1840. 
Wagstaff, Miss S. A. 5 Mar. 1840. 
Wagner, Peter J. 8 Feb. 1840. 



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Waldo, Francis. 68 Pine Street. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 24 July 

1840. 
Waldron, Victor B. Merchant. 139 Broadway. Residence 235 William 

Street. 18 Aug. 1839. 
Walker, William. Broker. 51 Wall Street. Residence 157 Chambers 

Street. 5 Sept. 1839. 
Wallock, James H. Lessee of National Theatre. Obt. 23 April 1844. 7 

Nov. 1839. 
Ward, Mrs. Eliza H. Taken at Saratoga, 31 Aug. 1840. 
Ward, Mr. Henry H. Son. Taken at Saratoga, 31 Aug. 1840. 
Ward, Mr. Sam. Broker. 42 Wall Street. Residence Bond Street and 

Broadway. 30 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Mrs. Lucy. 30 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Master Gideon Lee. 30 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Miss Lucy Genevive. 30 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Robert Dredericho. 30 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, William G. Broker. 42 Wall Street. Residence 14 Carroll Place. 

8 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Mrs. William G. 8 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Miss Annie Eliza. 8 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Chs. Henry. 8 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, John. 8 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, Miss Louisa. 8 Oct. 1840. 
Ward, William G., Jr. 8 Oct. 1840. 

Warner, Colonel Andrew. Deputy County Clerk. 20 City Hall. Resi- 
dence 116 Sullivan Street. 26 Sept. 1839. 
Warner, Mrs. Andrew. 6 Jan. 1840. 
Warner, Miss Catherine Anne. 7 Jan. 1840. 
Warner, Mr. George E. 75 Greenwich Street. 27 Aug. 1839. 
Warner, Mrs. George E. 27 Aug. 1839. 
Warner, L. T. 25 Nov. 1844. 
Watkins, Mr. J. 1 April 1840. 

Watts, Alexander. Taken at Saratoga, 21 Aug. 1844. 
Wendell, Mr. John. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Sept. 1844. 
Wendell, Mrs. John. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Sept. 1844. 
West, Charles C, Esq. Principal of Rutgers Female Institutions. Madi- v 

son Street. Residence 162 Nassau Street. 24 Oct. 1839. 
West, Frederick. Of the "Sunday Morning Atlas." 31 July 1839. 
Weston, T. L., Jr. 31 Aug. 1839. 
Weston, Valentine W., Senr. 31 Aug. 1839. 
Wetmore, William J. Professor of Music. 126 Spring Street. Taken at 

Saratoga, 31 July 1842. 
Whitaker, Thomas S. Merchant. 29 Pine Street. 23 Sept. 1840. 
White, Mr. Stephen. Taken at Washington, 16 April 1841. 
White, Mrs. Mary. Taken at Washington, 16 April 1841. 
Whitman, David, Sr. Obt. 1840. Done from description and a bust. 22 

April 1844. 
Whitman, Mrs. David. Obt. 25 April 1835. 22 April 1844. 
Whitman, John B. Son. 41 John Street. 2 Oct. 1840. 
Whitman, T. P., Jr. 41 John Street. 31 July 1839. 
Whitman, Miss Frances Elizabeth. 26 Oct. 1839. 
Whitman, Miss Emily Adams. (Now Mrs. William Brindmaid, Oct. 1844.) 

2 Aug. 1839. 
Whitman, Miss Sophia Hannah. (Now Mrs. Henry Spear, 2 July 1S40.) 

2 Aug. 1839. 



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Wilbor, John B. Importer. 263 Pearl Street. Residence 144 Greenwich 

Street. 8 Dec. 1844. 
Wilbor, John B., Jr. 18 Aug. 1839. 
Wilbor, H. W. 30 Nov. 1839. 
Wilde, Benjamin. IS Oct. 1839. 
Wilder, Sampson V. S. 1 Washington Place. Office 42 Wall Street. 21 

April 1840. 
Wilder, Mrs. Sampson S. 21 April 1840. 
Wilder, Miss Fransima. Now Mrs. T. H. Rhed. Taken at Baltimore, 2 

Dec. 1840. 
Wilder, Miss Josephine Christine. 21 April 1840. 
Wilder, Verlyna. 21 April 1840. 
Wilkes, George. M. D. 30 May 1840. 
Wilkes, Hamilton. 4 June 1840. 
Williams, Mr. Samuel S. 5 June 1840. 
Williams, Mrs. Samuel S. 5 June 1S40. 

Williams, Miss A. G. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 23 Aug. 1844. 
Williamson, Nicholas. 16 Jan. 1840. 
Willis, William. Merchant. 64 Pearl Street. Residence 20 Vandam St. 

12 Aug. 1839. 
Wilson, Miss Emily. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1844. 

Wilson, Capt. J. Dayton. Marshal Service. 34 Cortlandt St. 4 Oct. 1839. 
Wilson, James W. 13 Aug. 1839. 
Wilson, Thomas. 10 Aug. 1839. 
Wilson, William. 12 Aug. 1839. 

Winslow, Col. R. S. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1844. 
Winthrop, Benjamin. Aged 77. Obt. 1845. Second Avenue and Ninth 

Street. 7 Mar. 1840. 
Wolf, A. H. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1841. 
Wolf, Louis Leo. Taken at Saratoga, 28 July 1842. 
Wolfe, Mr. John. 86 Chambers Street. Office 87 Maiden Lane. Taken at 

Saratoga Springs, 25 April 1840. 
Wolfe, Mrs. John. Daughter of Peter Lorillard, of Saratoga. Sister of 

Mrs. Edward Reynolds of Boston. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 25 

April 1840. 
Wolfe, Miss Mary Lorillard. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 25 April 1840. 
Wolsey, G. W. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1840. 
Wood, J. Benjamin. 14 Dec. 1844. 
Wood, Mary C. 17 Dec. 1844. 

Wood, Frederick. 410 Broadway. 12 Aug. 1839. 
Woodruff, H. Of State Bank. 8 Jan. 1840. 
"Wright, H. Allen. 6 LeRoy Place. 30 Nov. 1839. 
Yellott, William. 89 Wall Street. 3 Aug. 1839. 
Young, Samuel. Of Phoenix Bank. Taken at Saratoga, 10 July 1840. 

NEW YORK STATE. 

Eaton, Lewis. Formerly Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 

12 June 1841. 
Gardiner, L. R. V. Captain U. S. 1st Infantry. Died 1850. 
Tseroyeasthaw, . Aged 30. "Or The Man Who Keeps You Awake." 

Chief speaker of the Five Nations. 

NICE, FRANCE. 
Gardelli, Achille. Italian. Taken at New York, 7 Sept. 183 9. 



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NORFOLK, VA. 

Hall, C. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Sept. 1843. 

NORTHBORO, MASS. 

Whitney, Rev. Peter. Formerly Pastor of North Attleboro. Aged 72. 
Obt. Feb. 1816. Done from description in Boston. (See Mrs. M. 
Whitney of Milton Hill.) 

Whitney, Mrs. Peter. Obt. Jan. 1820. Aged 79. Done in Boston from de- 
scription. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Magnum, Willies P., Senr. Taken at Washington, 4 Feb. 1841. 

NORTHFIELD, CONN. 

Smith, Rev. Eli. Missionary to Syria. Fine Arabic Scholar. Explored 
Palestine. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 15 Aug. 1840. 

NORWICH, CONN. 

Bond, Rev. Alvan. Pastor of the Congregational Church. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 7 Aug. 1843. 

Buckingham, Eliza C. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1844. 

Foster, Lafayette Sabine. Lawyer. Lineal Descendant of Miles Standish. 
U. S. Senator 1865-67. Taken at New York, 18 Dec. 1844. 

Foster, Mrs. Lafayette Sabine. Taken at New York, 18 Dec. 1844. 

Greene, W. P. Taken at Boston, 14 Mar. 1842. 

Hubbard, A. H. Taken at Boston, 7 May 1842. 

Hubbard, Thomas. Son. Taken at Boston, 7 May 1842. 

Huntington, Mr. Wolcott. Taken at Saratoga, 16 July 1843. 

Huntington, Mrs. Wolcott. Taken at Saratoga, 16 July 1843. 

Johnson, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1843. 

Johnson, Charles Coit. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1843. 

Shipman, Rev. Thomas L. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1842. 

Stedman, James. Attorney at Law. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 26 Aug. 
1841. 

Strong, Henry. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 July 1843. 

Strong, Mrs. Henry. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 July 1843. 

Strong, Mary E. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 13 July 1843. 

Whittaker, Horace. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1843. 

Williams, General William. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1841. 

Williams, Mrs. William. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1841. 

OBERLIN, OHIO. 

Whipple, Mrs. George. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Sept. 1844. 
Whipple, Master George Hall. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Sept. 1844. 

OHIO. 

Allen, Robert ff. 1st Lieut. 2nd Artillery U. S. A. 1836. Made Brevet 
Major for gallant conduct at Battle of Cerro Gorde 1847. Retired 
1878. Taken at New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1844. 

Hunt, Henry T. Taken at Saratoga, 29 July 1843. 

Johnston, Abraham R. 1st Lieut. 1st Dragoon Guards U. S. A. Killed in 
Battle of San Pascual, Cal., 1846. Taken at Boston, 3 Nov. 1841. 

Moms, Calvery. Taken at Washington, 22 Jan. 1841. 



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ONONDAGO CO., NEW YORK. 
Thatcher, Rev. "Washington. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1841. 

ORNABURGH, NEW YORK. 
Barlow, William. Taken at New York, 30 Nov. 1839. 

OSSINING, NEW YORK. 

Carmichael, Mr. T. J. Governor of Sing Sing Prison. See Mrs. Car- 
michael at Mt. Pleasant, N. Y. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 5 Aug. 
1841. 

OWEGO, NEW YORK. 

Richardson, J. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1843. 

PANAMA, CENTRAL AMERICA. 

Van der Lyn, John, Jr. Taken at Troy, 8 Sept. 1841. 

PARIS, FRANCE. 

Bonneville, L. de. Professor at Harvard University. Taken at New York, 

17 Sept. 1839. 
Payot, Monsieur. (See San Francisco). Taken at Saratoga, 2 Aug. 1841. 
Payot, Madame. Marchand de Modes. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Aug. 1841. 
Payot, Enfant. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Aug. 1841. 

PARNASSUS, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Campbell, John. Taken at Philadelphia, 4 Mar. 1843. 

PATERSON, NEW JERSEY. 

Shippy, Josiah. 5 Sept. — . 

PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND. 

Badlong, James. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1842. 

PEACE DALE, RHODE ISLAND. 

Hazard, Isaac Peace. Taken at Boston, 30 Dec. 1841. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Alden, Bradford R. 1st Lieut., 4th U. S. Infantry, Penna. In the Army 
from 1831-1853. Memorable in connection with the Expedition he 
led against the Roque River Indians. Taken at Washington, 24 
April 1841. 

Brady, Brig. General Hugh. 2d U. S. Infantry 1799. Died April 1851. 
Two Portraits. Taken at Washington, 25 Mar. 1841. 

Godon, Sylvanus William. Lieut. U. S. N. Saw much active service. 
Commanded the South American Squadron on Coast of Brazil. 
Rear Admiral 1866. Appointed to New York Navy Yard and re- 
tired 1871. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Aug. 1842. 

Hetzell, Aimer R. Captain 2d U. S. Infantry. Died 1847. Taken at Wash- 
ington, 17 April 1841. 

Hetzell, Samuel. Son of above. Taken at Washington, 17 April 1841. 

Smith, Richard Somers. 2d Lieut. 7th U. S. Infantry. Resigned several 
times. Was President of Girard College, Penna., following his 
final resignation, 1863. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1842. 



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PERTH, SCOTLAND. 
Anderson, Miss Jane. . 

PETERBORO, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Cutler, Rev. Curtis. Congregational Church. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 
1842. 

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA. 

Scott, Major General Winfield. U. S. Army. 6ft. 4 in. tall. Succeeded to 
chief command of the Army 1841. Invaded Mexico successfully. 
Appointed Brevet Lieutenant General 1849 for his successes, 1866. 
Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1840. 

PETERSVILLE, MARYLAND. 
Lee, John. Member of Congress. Taken at Washington, 7 Mar. 1841. 

PHILADELPHIA. 
Adams, Bushwood. 20 Sept 1842. 

Anderson, Joseph G. H. Leader of Brass Band, in place of Frank John- 
son. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Sept. 1844. 
Andrews, Rev. Emerson. Baptist Minister. Subsequently President of 

Philadelphia College of Physicians. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 11 

July 1843. 
Ashhurst, John. Aged 3J4 years. Subsequently Assistant Surgeon in 

U. S. Army 1862-65. Son of John Ashhurst. 2 Feb. 1843. 
Ashhurst, Richard. Aged 5 years. Son of John Ashhurst. 3 Feb. 1843. 
Ashhurst, Helen C. Walnut and Broad Streets. 

7 Feb. 1843. 
Ashhurst, Richard. 9 years of age. 25 June. ^ Children of Lewis. 

7 Feb. 1843. 
Ashhurst, Steven. 7 Feb. 1843. 
Atwood, Henrietta. 29 Dec. 1842. 
Bailey, Hannah. 3 Mar. 1843. 
Ball, George W. 4 Oct. 1843. 
Barclay, John A. 9 Oct. 1843. 
Barnes, Albert. Pastor of 1st Presbyterian Church. Theologian and 

Biblical Expositor. 19 Dec. 1844. 
Bastinelli, Titus. Native of Livourne, Italy. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 

17 Aug. 1840. 
Beck, Charles F. M. D. Taken at New Orleans, 23 Jan. 1844. 

Benezet, Philip, Esq. Aged 69. . 

Bennett, James M. Of Bennett & Caldwell. 163 Chestnut Street. 23 

Jan. 1843. 
Beylle, Augustus. 15 Dec. 1842. 

Biddle, Henry J. Civil Engineer. 276 Chestnut Street. 17 Feb. 1841. 
Bidwell, Rev. Walter W. Presbyterian Minister, Clinton Street. Taken 

at Saratoga Springs, 21 July 1840. 
Bispham, W. W. 112 Arch Street. 15 Nov. 1842. 
Blake, George S. 15 Jan. 1841. 
Boardman, Mr. H. A. D. D. Walnut Street Church. 375 Spruce Street. 

Taken at Saratoga Springs, 22 July 1S43. 
Boardman, Mrs. H. A. 13 Oct. 1843. 

Boardman, Charles H. Born 28 May 1838. 13 Oct. 1843. 
Boardman, Henry A. Born 25 Jan. 1843. 13 Oct. 1843. 
Boardman, John L. Born 20 Oct. 1840. 13 Oct. 1843. 
Boardman, Mary Jones. Born 23 Jan. 1836. 13 Oct. 1843. 



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Borden, Edward P. 9 May 1843. 

Bowie, R. Ashhurst. 263 Arch Street. 25 Jan. 1843. 

Brackett, Mrs. E. 3 May 184 3. 

Bridgeport, Nathaniel Hewit. Two Portraits. 22 Sept. 1842. 

Briggs, Mrs. Louisa. Taken at New Orleans, 19 Jan. 1844. 

Briggs, Adele B. Taken at New Orleans, 9 Jan. 1844. 

Briggs, Eliza. Taken at New Orleans, 17 Jan. 1844. 

Brill, Robert. 27 Sept. 1842. 

Browne, Alexander. Accountant. 13 Wagners Court. 13 Jan. 1843. 

Browne, M. B. 4 Mar. 1S43. 

Brumeid, Rev. Thomas. 3d Presbyterian Church. Taken at Saratoga, 8 

Aug. 1842. 
Budd, Henry. Merchant. 50 Coates St. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1843. 
Bujac, M. J. Importer. 223 High Street. Residence 130 Pine Street. 

Taken at New Orleans, 3 Jan. 1844. 
Bujac, Alfred. Taken at New Orleans, 3 Jan. 1844. 
Bun, Dr. Hudson S. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1843. 
Buracu, J. C. Taken at New Orleans, 9 Mar. 1844. 
Burt, Nathaniel H. Walnut and N. W. 12th Streets. 12 April 1843. 
Burton, Mrs. Eliza E. Taken at Saratoga, 7 July 1843. 
Burton, Gideon. 3 Feb. 1843. 

Burton, John. Taken at Saratoga, 7 July 1843. 
Burton, Mary A. Taken at Saratoga, 7 July 1843. 
Burton, Rebecca P. Taken at Saratoga, 7 July 1843. 
Campbell, Mr. Hugh. Merchant. 94 High Street. Residence 13th and 

Walnut Streets. 16 Mar. 1843. 
Campbell, Mrs. Mary. 16 Mar. 1843. 
Carr, Edward. Of York, England. 9 Dec. 1842. 
Chillas, David. 10 Oct. 1842. 
Chisholm, John H. 20 Oct. 1842. 
Claghorn, Thomas. 31 Dec. 1842. 
Clinstman, James C. D. 4 Nov. 1843. 
Coburn, Lieut. Joseph L. 3d Regiment U. S. Infantry. Born in Vermont. 

Resigned as Captain May 1846. Taken at Saratoga, 14 July 1842. 
Cole, Lyman. 15 Feb. 1843. 
Comstock, Ann Rebecca. 14 Jan. 1843. 

Conrad, William K. Taken at Jackson, La., 8 Mar. 1844. 
Cook, Samuel C. 30 Jan. 1843. 
Cooper, Rev. Ezekiel. Of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Born Feb. 

22, 1763, Md. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Cooper, Alfred. 24 Oct. 1842 

Cooper, Almira H. 134 Mulberry Street. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Aug. 1844 
Cooper, B. C. Merchant. (Husband of Almira.) 3d and High Streets 

Taken at Saratoga. 5 Aug. 1844. 
Cooper, Capt. James B. U. S. N. Taken from description. 28 Oct. 1842. 
Cooper, Mrs. Rebecca. 1st Wife of James B. 14 Oct. 1843. 
Cooper, Miss R. M. Daughter of Rebecca. 14 Oct. 1843. 
Cooper, Mrs. Elizabeth. 2d Wife of James B. 2 May 1843. 
Cooper, Miss Hannah. Daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth. 2 May 1843. 
Coryell, Mrs. S. S. 23 Nov. 1842. 

Crawford, A. 3IcLeod. 3 Colonnade Row. 11 Oct. 1842. 
Crawford, J. Agnew. 8 Oct. 1842. 
Crawford, Miss ST. W. 13 Oct. 1842. 

Crawford, Rev. Samuel William. Arch Street. 11 Oct. 1842. 
Crawford, Mrs. Samuel William. Taken at Boston, 4 April 1842. 



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Crawford, Annie. 14 Nov. 1842. 

Crawford, Miss Margaret M. Sister of Rev. Samuel. Died 12 Mar. 1843. 

18 Oct. 1842. 
Creyon, A. J. 21 Mar. 1843. 

Cullum, George W. Captain U. S. Engineers. Born in New York. Ap- 
pointed from Penna. Retired 1874 as Brevet Major General. Taken 
at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 
Cummins, Dr. B. Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1843. 
Cummins, Mary. Wife. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1843. 
Dallas, Alexander J. Commodore U. S. N. 21 Jan. 1843. 
Dallas, George M. Counsellor at Law. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Davis, Henry R. 10 Nov. 1842. 
Davis, Mrs. J. B. 10 Nov. 1842. 
Decatur, Mrs. J. P. (Susan) 28 Jan. 1843. 
Decatur, Andrew Jackson. 28 Jan. 1843. 
Decatur, Anna P. 28 Jan. 1843. 
Decatur, Chana S. 28 Jan. 1843. 
Decatur, Lieut. Stevens. U. S. N. 28 Jan. 1843. 
Delsaa, Mrs. John. Mother of Signora Berti. Taken at New York, 24 

Sept. 1839. 
Dixon, George Washington. 19 Sept. 1842. 
Dobbyn, William A. Gentleman. Late of the 5th U. S. Dragoon Guards. 

16 Girard Street. 1 Mar. 1843. 
Duffee, F. Harold. Late Editor of the "Jeffersville Courier," Indiana. 

2 May 1843. 
Dugan, Miss Ann. 28 Jan. 1843. 
Dugan, Joseph. 28 Jan. 1843. 
Duval, Charles J. 4 Oct. 1842. 
Emlen, George, Jr. Two Portraits. Gentleman. 105 Locust Street. 

Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1843 and 24 April 1843. 
English, Thomas Dunn. Lawyer. Journalist in New York for 15 years. 
Practised Medicine in New Jersey. Member of the Jersey Legis- 
lature 1863-64. Wrote the ballad "Ben Bolt." 1 Dec. 1842. 
Etting, Reuben. 16 May 1843. 
Eustis, Mr. A. B. 28 Nov. 1842. 
Eustis, Mrs. A. B. 31 Oct. 1843. 
Eustis, Mr. F. A.' 31 Oct. 1843. 
Eustis, Mrs. F. A. 31 Oct. 1843. 

Ewing, Mrs. Cornelia Lansdale. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 27 Aug. 1840. 
Ewing, Mr. Hubert. 11 Oct. 1843. 
Fell, Reese D. Guardian of the Poor. Merchant. 62 Chestnut Street. 22 

May, 1843. 
Fisher, Charles H. Gentleman. 325 Chestnut Street. 17 Jan. 1843. 
Flower, Rees Wall. 12 Jan. 1843. 

Flutton, John. Aged 107. Silversmith. Native of New York. . 

Forsyth, Miss Virginia. 18 Oct. 1842. 

Foster, Adams. Coal Agent. Walnut Street Wharf. Residence 188 

Chestnut Street. 22 Oct. 1842. 
Foster, James. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Aug. 1843. 
Foster, Mary. 22 Oct. 1842 
Frost, John. Professor de Belles Lettres in the High School, 14 Sansom 

Street, Philadelphia. 28 Jan. 1843. 
Gardette, E. B. M. D. Dentist. 246 Walnut Street. 14 April 1843. 
Geib, William. 5 May 1843. 



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Gibson, "William. Professor of Surgery from University of Edinburgh, 
Scotland. Subsequently Professor of Surgery in University of 
Maryland. Took a Medical Post in British Army and acted as 
Surgeon at Battles of "Corunna" and "Waterloo." Finally Presi- 
dent of University of Surgery in Philadelphia. Residence 7th and 
Chestnut Streets. 7 Mar. 1843. 

Gillespie, Archibald H. Lieutenant U. S. Marines. 14 Nov. 1842. 

Gilpin, John F. Guardian of the Poor. Broker. 67 Dock Street. Resi- 
dence 165 Pine Street. 22 May 1843. 

Goddard, M. Father of Rev. Kingston Goddard of Brooklyn, and: — 

Goddard, J. M. 8 Mar. 1843. 

Goddard, Janet. 1 April 1843. 

Goddard, Susan Anne. 20 Oct. 1843. 

Goddard, "William B. 12 April 1843. 

Goddard, Louisa. Wife of Paul B. Goddard. 1 April 1843. 

Goddard, Harvey Beck. Aged 4 years. ~\ 

Goddard, John Bonsall. Aged 5 years. I Sons of Louisa. 4 Oct. 1842. 

Goddard, Paul Frederick. j 

Goldtrap, Thomas Ware. Merchant. 254 High Street. Residence Perry 
Court, Taken at Saratoga, 9 July 1844. 

Grass, Frederick, Jr. 12 April 1843. 

Gratz, James. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1843. 

Griffitts, Anna Clifford. Daughter of James P. and Mary. 10 Oct. 1842. 

Griflitts, James P., Jr. George Street. 4 Feb. 1843. 

Griffitts, Mary F. 7 Feb. 1843. 

Griffitts, Robert Eglesfeld. Son of James P. and Mary. 10 Oct. 1842. 

Halberstadt, J. Taken at New York, 2 Jan. 1840. 

Hall, F. C. Lieutenant U. S. Marines. 5 Oct. 1842. 

Hall, Rev. Richard Drason. Rector of St. Mary's Church, West Phila- 
delphia. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1842. 

Halster, J. R. Port Surveyor. Died 19 Nov. 1843. . 

Hansen, William L. Guardian of the Poor. 22 May 1843. 

Hare, John Innes Clark. Counsellor at Law. Afterwards Judge of C©m- 
mon Pleas. Professor of Law and Trustee of Penna, University. 
28 Dec. 1842. 

Hare, Robert. 199 Walnut Street. 28 Dec. 1842. 

Harlan, Richard. M. D. 21 Dec. 1842. 

Harrison, C. "Woodland. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 12 Aug. 1840. 

Hastings, Miss F. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1844. 

d'Hauterie, Baron. 5 Dec. 1842. 

d'Hauterie, Baronne. 12 Dec. 1842. 

d'Hauterie, Auguste. 12 Dec. 1842. 

d'Hauterie, Marie. 12 Dec. 1842. 

d'Hauterie, Maurice. 12 Dec. 1842. 

Head, Samuel. Taken at New York, 3 Jan. 1840. 

Helntzelman, Samuel Peter. Assistant Quartermaster U. S. A. Subse- 
quently Captain 2d Infantry. Attained the rank of Major General 
after repeated gallantry in action. Retired 1869. Died 1881. 4 
April 1843. 

Hendriekson, Charles J. Merchant. 87 Chestnut Street. Residence 3 
Monroe Place. 23 Feb. 1843. 

Henry, Miss Helen. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1840. 

Hinds, The Rev. W. P. 28 April 1843. 

Hinds, Ann. 1 May 1843. 

Hinds, Emily. 28 April 1843. 



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Holman, T. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1843. 

Hopkinson, James. Merchant. 54 1 / 2 South Wharves. Residence 366 
Walnut Street. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 

Huertas, Florencia. Native of Cuba. Taken at Boston, 27 Jan. 1842. 

Hunter, Dr. Lewis B. Surgeon U. S. Navy. 3 Jan. 1842. 

Hunter, Mrs. Louisa. 20 Oct. 1841. 

Ingersoll, Charles Jared. Chairman of Committee on Foreign Affairs. 
Member of Congress. Lawyer and Writer. Formerly U. S. Am- 
bassador to France and District Attorney. 18 Girard Street. 24 
Oct. 1842. 

Ingersoll, Mrs. Charles Jared. 24 Oct. 1842. 

Ingersoll, Adele. 24 Oct. 1842. 

Ingersoll, Fanny. 24 Oct. 1842. 

Ingraham, Edward D. Counsellor at Law. 6 York Buildings. 29 Sept. 
1842. 

Irons, Joseph F. 1st Lieut., 1st U. S. Artillery. Died 1849 of wounds re- 
ceived in Battle of "Churubusco," Mexico. Taken at Boston, 5 
Feb. 1842. 

Jack, Colonel C. J. Counsellor at Law. 72 North 7th St. 21 Sept. 1842. 

Janson, Eugene. 25 Oct. 1842. 

Johnson, Frank. Leader of Brass Band. 128 Reft Street. Taken at 
Saratoga, 13 Aug. 1842. 

Johnson, Mrs. Helen. Died 1843. Taken at Saratoga. 13 Aug. 1842. 

Johnston, Buchanan. 24 Oct. 1842. 

Jones, Paul T. Merchant. 11 North Wharves. Residence Mulberry Ave- 
nue and 13th Street. 12 Oct. 1842. 

Keyser, P. A. Guardian of the Alms Houses. 22 May 1843. 

King, Mrs. Sarah. Two Portraits. 331 South Front Street. 11 Nov. 1842. 

King, Francis. (See D. R. King of Germantown.) Gentleman. 38 Sas- 
safras Street. lOAug. 1843. 

Knight, George. 1 Nov. 1842. 

Knight, John Francis. 1 Nov. 1842. 

Krug, Henry R. 17 April 1843. 

Kyle, Margaret. 16 Mar. 1843. 

Larcombe, Hivinaz. (Rev. Thomas). 390 Coates Street. Religious In- 
structor of East Penitentiary. 6 Mar. 1843. 

La Roche, R. M. D. Father of : — 11 Locust Street. 12 Dec. 1843. 

La Roche, Miss Adele. 12 Dec. 1843. 

La Roche, Miss Anna Mercer. 12 Dec. 1843. 

La Roche, Charles Percy. 12 Dec. 1843. 

La Roche, Miss Susan. 12 Dec. 1843. 

Law, Edward E. Attorney and Counsellor. 143 Walnut Street. Resi- 
dence 186 High Street. 6 Dec. 1842. 

Lawrence, Joseph. Member of Congress. Native of Adams County, Pa. 
Died at Washington, 1842. Taken at Washington, 26 June 1841. 

Leet, Isaac. Member of Congress. Died 1844. Taken at Washington, 
22 Feb. 1841. 

Lewis, M. D. Merchant. 103 High Street. Residence Chestnut and 12th 
Streets. 14 Mar. 1843. 

Lex, Charles E. Attorney and Counsellor. 51 North 6th Street. 19 Oct. 
1843. 

Lindsay, Mrs. Mary. (See G. F. Lindsay of Boston.) 11 Dec. 1842. 

Lindsay, Oliver B. 16 Jan. 1843. 

Lockwood, A. M. D. U. S. Navy. 4 Oct. 1842. 

Lord, Willis. 7th Presbyterian Church. 3 Sept. 1842. 



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Lourret, A. Professor of the Conservatoire of Paris. 21 Mar. 1S43. 

Ludlow, Mrs. Livingstone. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1844. 

Ludlow, Dr. J. Livingston. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1844. 

Lyman, C. A. 9 Feb. 1843. 

Macomb, Lieut. J. N. U.'S. A. 23 Mar. 1843. 

Macomb, Mrs. J. N. Daughter of Major General Macomb of Washing- 
ton. 24 Mar. 1843. 

Macomb, Mrs. J. N. Another Portrait. Taken at "Washington. 10 Mar. 
1841. 

Macomb, Miss Sarah. 24 Mar. 1843. 

Magruder, George A. Lieut. U. S. N. Appointed Commander 1843. Cap- 
tain 1855. 27 Oct. 1842. 

Magruder, M. M. 27 Oct. 1842. 

Marston, Commander John. Lieutenant U. S. N. Retired 1862. 9 City- 
Row. 12 May 1843. 

Marston, Commander John. Another Portrait. 3 May 1843. 

Marston, Mrs. Elizabeth. Wife. Mother of C. E. and B. S. Willcox of 
Philadelphia. 3 May 1843. 

Marston, John. 3 May 1843. 

Marston, Matther Randall. 3 May 1843. 

McCall, Robert. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1843. 

McCammon, William J. Taken at Baltimore, 3 Dec. 1840. 

McClellan, George. M. D. 248 Walnut Street. 25 Mar. 1843. 

McKee, William. Merchant. 154 High Street. Residence 327 Sassafras 
Street Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1843. 

McMichael, B. Prom Dublin Taken at Saratoga. 16 April 1844. 

Mead, Jane Maria. 4 May 1843. 

Mead, Maria. 4 May 1843. 

Meigs, C. D. M. D. 284 Chestnut Street. 16 Oct. 1842. 

Meigs, Emily. 16 Oct. 1842. 

Meigs, H. O. 16 Oct. 1842. 

Miller, Ed. Civil Engineer. 432 Chestnut Street. 12 Jan. 1843. 

Miller, Charles D. 18 Jan. 1843. 

Montgomery, William H. Passed U. S. N. Appointed Midshipman 1843. 
Drowned 1846. 29 Oct. 1842. 

Murphy, Elizabeth E. 5 Oct. 1843. 

Myers, E. George. 5 April 1843. 

Myers, James. Painter. 344 Sassafras Street. 5 April 1843. 

Myers, Letltia. 5 April 1843. 

Myers, Mary Ann. 5 April 1843. 

Myers, Newton D. 5 April 1843. 

Myers, P. D. Accountant. 169 Vine Street. 6 Jan. 1843. 

Myers, Rebecca Swain. 5 April 1843. 

Myers, Wilbur. 5 April 1843. 

Kevins, James. Ex-Broker. 74 South Third Street. 142 South 2d Street. 
Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1844. 

Newbold, Charles. Merchant. 51 South Wharves Street. Residence 309 
Spruce Street. 22 Dec 1842. 

Newbold, Charles, Jr. 24 Dec. 1842. 

Newell, Maria. 23 Oct. 1843. 

Newell, Martha. 23 Filbert Street. 23 Oct. 1843. 

Newell, Mary. 23 Oct. 1843. 

Newton, Rev. Richard. Rector of St. Paul's. 1 Feb. 1843. 

O'Brien, John G. 28 Nov. 1842. 

Parker, C. C. Son of General Parker. 25 Oct. 1842. 



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Patton, Charlotte Harper. 13 Nov. 1842. 

Peabody, George F. 88 South 12th Street. Taken at Saratoga, 30 June 
1843. 

Peaslee, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 30 June 1843. 

Penrose, John R. South E. Third and Pine Streets. Taken at Saratoga, 
7 July 1843. 

Peter, William. 12 Nov. 1842. 

Philips, Thomas F. 1 Oct. 1842. 

Pleasant, Mary. Wife of Samuel. . 

Pleasonton, A. J. Attorney and Counsellor. 172 Chestnut Street. Resi- 
dence 10 Portico Square. 28 Jan. 1843. 

Pleasonton, Mrs. Caroline. 28 Jan. 1843. 

Pleasonton, Adelaide. 28 Jan. 1843. 

Pleasonton, Anna Josephine. 28 Jan. 1843. 

Pleasonton, Augustus. 28 Jan. 1843. 

Pleasonton, Clementine. 23 Jan. 1843. 

Pleasonton, Mary Virginia. 28 Jan. 1843. 

Poizart, Cecelia. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1843. 

Poizart, J. R. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1843. 

Potter, Woodhousc. Taken at Washington, 20 April 1841. 

Pyper, James. 24 Dec. 1842. 

Ramsay, Rev. William. Missionary in India. George and Broad Streets. 
20 June 1843. 

Reed, Elizabeth W. See James Reed of Chambersburg, Pa. 2 Jan. 1843. 

Reed, Washington. 2 Jan 1843. 

Reinboth, Joseph D. Clerk. 100 North 13th Street. 25 Oct. 1843. 

Rich, Jabez C. Lieut. U. S. Marines. 3 Oct. 1842. 

Ridgway, Mrs. Ann. 304 Sassafras Street. 27 Oct. 1842. 

Rodman, Lewis. M. D. 34 North 9th Street. 16 June 1843. 

Rogers, Evans. Gentleman. Locust Street and Washington Square. 
Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1843. 

Rogers, Mrs. Evans. Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. 1843. 

Rotch, Mrs. 27 Oct. 1842. 

Roussel, Eugene. Perfumer. 75 Chestnut Street. 2 Nov. 1843. 

Rudman, William C. Brewer. 121 Green Street. Taken at Saratoga. 
29 Aug. 1844. 

Ruschenberger, W. S. W. Surgeon U. S. N. Retired 1869. Appointed 
Medical Director U. S. N. 1871. 5 Oct. 1842. 

Ruschenberger, Mrs. W. S. W. 10th Street, below Cedar. 5 Oct. 1842. 

Sanderson, Master Henry P. 27 Sept 1842. 

Sayers, Edward S. 1 Mar. 1843. 

Sayers, Mrs. Jane. 1 Mar. 1843. 

Schlesinger, Mr. E. D. Merchant. 4 Chestnut Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 24 July 1843. 

Schriver, Albert. 5 Jan. 1843. 

Seguin, Anne. 17 Jan. 1843. 

Seguin, Edward. 26 Dec. 1842. 

Shrival, R. G. 27 Dec. 1842. 

Smith, Fisher C. 10 Feb. 1843. 

Smith, Col. Kenderton. 3 May 1843. 

Snelling, Caroline. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1844. 

Snelling, Samuel. Merchant 30 North Front Street. Residence 364 
Chestnut Street. Taken at Saratoga, 13 Aug. 1844. 

Stewardson, Thomas. M. D. Walnut Street. 2 May 1843. 

Stewart, Charles Tudor. Taken at Washington, 18 Feb. 184L 



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Stocker, Dr. Anthony. 17 Jan. 1S43. 

Stockton, Mrs. — — — . 

Stoker, Kile A. Counsellor at Law. And Bob, his dog. 6 Jan. 1843. 

Stuart, James A. European Agent. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 15 Aug. 
1843. . 

Sutherland, Lieut. D. J. S Mar. 1843. 

Swain, William. Clerk. 73 Franklin Street. 14 Sept. 1842. 

Swain, Mrs. Eliza. Gentlewoman. 291 Spruce Street. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 28 July 1842. 

Swift, Col. John. Late Mayor of Philadelphia. 107 South 10th Street. 

29 April 1843. 

Sxerd, Joseph. 10 Oct. 1842. 

Thompson, Lieut. Edward R. 131 St. John Street. 31 Oct. 1843. 

Todd, Rev. John. Congregational Church Minister. Born at Rutland, 

Vt. One of the Pounders of Holyoke Female Seminary. Clinton 

and Ninth Streets. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1840. 
Tooley, James. Miniature Painter. 10 Dec. 1842. 
Totteu, James. 2d Lieut., 2d Artillery U. S. A. Appointed from Virginia. 

Made Brevet Brigadier General for gallant service. Taken at 

Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 
Totten, Julia. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1844. 
Travers, John Taylor. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1843. 
Travers, iMary Taylor. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Travers, Elizabeth. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Travers, Franklin. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Travers, Georgina. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Travers, Joseph. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Travers, Oetavius. 20 Jan. 1843. 
Tucker, John. Merchant. 38 North Front Street. Residence 10th and 

Pine Streets. 16 Mar. 1843. 
Tucker, Mrs. John (Louise). 16 Mar. 1843. 
Tucker, John, Jr. 16 Mar. 1843. 
Tucker, Miss Louisa. 16 Mar. 1843. 
Tyson, Job R. Counsellor at Law. 4th and Prune Streets. Taken at 

Saratoga, 19 Aug. 1841. 
Tyson, J. Washington. Commissioner General of Purchases, U. S. Army. 

30 Dec. 1842. 

Ufikotf, George H. 22 Feb. 1843. 

Von Bretton, James. 2 Nov 1842. 

Wager, Philip S. 20 Sept. 1842. 

Wager, Tobias. 13 North Eighth Street. 16 Feb. 1843. 

Wallace, G. Weed. 2d Lieut., 1st. Infantry U. S. A. Appointed Lieut. 
Colonel 12th Infantry 1866. Retired 1870. Taken at New York, 
24 Aug. 1839. 

Warden, Mrs. Emily. (Wife of David Warden.) 6 Nov. 1843. 

Waterman, Edward. 1 April 1843. 

Waugh, S. B. Portrait Painter. 30 Sept. 1842. 

Webster, Dr. John Lee. 11 Jan. 1843. 

Wharton, W. C. Taken at Boston, 19 Mar. 1842. 

Whelen, Edward S. Stock Exchange Broker. 9 South 3d Street. Resi- 
dence 169 South 3d Street. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1844. 

White, John R. (See Tallmadge.) Merchant. 129 Spruce Street. Taken 
at New York, 5 Oct. 1839. 

Whitesides, Rev. Henry P. M. 29 April 1843. 



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'\ Daughters of Mrs. B. Marston of Phila. 3 May 1843. 



Willcox, Caroline E" 

Willcox, Ellen S. 

Willers, Miss M. 1843. 

Wilson, James H. See Mrs. J. H. of Hartsville, So. Carolina. Merchant. 
10 South Front Street. 21 April 1843. 

"Winder, W. H. See Germantown. 28 Sept. 1842. 

Winter, M. M. D. 15 Feb. 1843. 

Wister, Mary. 4 Oct. 1842. 

Wister, William. 9 Dec. 1842. 

Wood, Dr. William Maxwell. U. S. Navy. Retired 1841 and was ap- 
pointed Medical Director 1871. Died 1880. 6 Mar. 1843. 

Wood, Elizabeth Moore. Daughter. 6 Mar. 1843. 

Wucherer, John R. Secretary Phoenix Insurance Co. 52 Walnut Street. 
Residence 222 Pine Street. 9 Mar. 1843. 

Wurts, William A.. Lieut. U S. N. Died 1857. 5 Oct. 1842. 

Wurts, Master. Son. 5 Oct. 1842. 

PINE RIDGE, MISSISSIPPI. 

Tennent, Dr. Henry. Taken at Natchez, 29 April 1844. 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Breckenbridge, Henry M. Taken at Washington, 4 Feb. 1841. 

David, John D. Taken at Washington, 27 Mar. 1841. 

Havens, R. N. Taken at New York, 30 July 1839. 

Irwin, William W. Member of Congress. Charge d' Affaires, Denmark 

1843. Died 1856. Taken at Washington, 2 Mar. 1841. 
Irwin, Mrs. William W. Taken at Washington, 2 Mar. 1841. 

PITTSFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Gold, Thomas A. Counsellor at Law. Taken at Saratoga, 17 July 1844. 
Hull, Parker L. Attorney at Law. Taken at Saratoga, 27 Aug. 1844. 
Jenkins, Miss Agnes B. Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1844. 
McKay, Gordon. Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1844. 
Nash, I. A. Taken at New York, 21 Oct. 1840. 
Pomeroy, Robert. Taken at Saratoga, 18 July 1844. 
Pomeroy, Mrs. Robert. Taken at Saratoga, 18 July 1844. 
Pomeroy, Miss Mary Agnes. Taken at Saratoga, 18 July 1844. 

PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY. 
Bradford, Olive D. Cont. obt. Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1844. 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Davis, Nathaniel N. Taken at Boston, 16 Dec. 1841. 
Davis, William. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 July 1844. 
Hall, Rev. Robert B. Two Portraits. Taken at Saratoga, 6 July 1843. 
Hall, Mrs. Robert B. Taken at Saratoga, 6 July 1843. 
Ryder, Miss Sally. Taken at Boston, 28 Dec. 1841. 
Thomas, J. B. Taken at Saratoga, 6 July 1844. 
Thomas, William. Taken at Saratoga, 6 July 1844. 

POLAND. 
Wiersbiki, Lord P. O. Taken at Boston, 26 Nov. 1841. 

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAYTI. 
Agullar, Senor Gaspar de Bettancourt. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1844. 



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PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI. 

Abbay, S. F. F. M. D. Taken at New Orleans, 16 April 1844. 
Murray, John R. Taken at New Orleans, 17 Mar. 1844. 
Sayer, William D. Taken at Saratoga, 24 Aug. 1843. 

"Wade, James J. Born in Northumberland, Pa. Settled in Mississippi. 
Taken at New Orleans, 28 Feb. 1844. 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 

Condit, Jonathan B. Pastor of 2d Church. Taken at Saratoga, 13 Aug. 

1840. 
Kinsman, Col. John D. Taken at Washington, 20 Mar. 1841. 

PORTO RICO. 

Domenech, Miss Francisea. Taken at Saratoga, 6 July 1843. 

PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Burroughs, Rev. Dr. Charles. Rector of St. John's Church. (See Bur- 
roughs of Boston. Two Portraits. Taken at Boston, 28 Dec. 1841 
and 8 Jan. 1842. 

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA. 

Reynolds, Joseph P. Taken at Washington, 9 June 1841. 
Williston, John. Taken at Boston, 20 Nov. 1841. 

POTTSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Lawton, Joseph G. Taken at Philadelphia, 30 Jan. 1843. 
POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK. 

Vassar, Matthew. Brewer. Born in Norfolk, England. Became inter- 
ested in the Higher Education of Women and erected Vassar Col- 
lege 1861. Taken at Saratoga, 18 July 1843. 

PRESTONBURGH, KENTUCKY. 
Martin, John P. State Senator 1857. Taken at Washington, 23 Jan. 184L 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND. 

Allen, George A. Taken at Saratoga, 31 July 1843. 

Almy, Moses B. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1843. 

Arnold, Anthony B. Taken at Boston, 20 April 1842. 

Brown, John Carter. Taken at Saratoga, 3 Aug. 1843. 

Carrington, Edward. Obt. 1844. Taken at Saratoga, 23 Aug. 1843. 

Chesborough, Mr. Isaac M. Taken at New York, 27 Nov. 1839. 

Chesborough, Mrs. Isaac M. Taken at New York, 27 Nov. 1839. 

Coyne, Joseph. From Runcorn, Cheshire, England. Taken at New Or- 
leans, 17 Mar. 1844. 

Ives, H. B. Taken at Saratoga, 28 June 1843. 

Ives, Mrs. H. B. Taken at Saratoga, 28 June 1843. 

Ives, Mrs. Anne A. Taken at Saratoga, 10 July 1843. 

Ives, R. H. Taken at Boston, 22 Dec. 1841. 

Kindall, H. L. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1843. 

Knight, Nehemiah R. Taken at Washington, 24 Feb. 1841. 

Mauran, Joshua. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 

Pitman, John T. Clerk in U. S. District Court. Taken at Saratoga, 10 
Aug. 1842. 



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Potter, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Aug. 1841. 

Rivers, Dr. Surgeon U. S. Marine Hospital. Taken at Saratoga, 9 July 
1844. 

Slater, H. N. Taken at Saratoga, 27 July 1844. 

Smith, Robert. From Clitheroe, Lanes. Taken at New York, 17 Sept. 
1839. 

Tripp, Stephen. Taken at Saratoga, 18 Aug. 1843. 

Waterman, Richard. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1844. 

Wayland, Rev. Francis, Sr. President of Brown University. Subsequent- 
ly Pastor of 1st Baptist Church. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 1 
July 1840. 

Wayland, Rev. Francis, Sr. Another Portrait. Taken at New York, 25 
April 1840. 

Wayland, Daniel. Son. Taken at New York, 26 April 1840. 

Wayland, Rev. John. Son. Taken at New York, 10 April 1840. 

Wayland, Miss Anne. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 1 July 1840. 

Wayland, Miss Sarah. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 1 July 1840. 

QUEBEC. 
Wilkins, Miss Sophie. Taken at Saratoga, 24 Aug. 1844. 

Q.UINCEY, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Young, Richard, Sr. Taken at Boston, 2 Feb. 1842. 

RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY. 

Thorp, C. E. Stepson to A. G. Thorp. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1844. 
Thorp, Mrs. C. E. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1844. 

RAVENSWOOD, LONG ISLAND. 

Clapp, Rev. T. Taken at Saratoga, — Aug. 1S44 or 40. 

RENSSELAER, NEW YORK. 

Schuyler, Cornelius. Ex-Sheriff. Taken at Troy, 15 Sept. 1841. 

RHINEBECK, MEW YORK. 

Bell, Samuel. Principal of Rhinebeck Academy. Taken at Saratoga, 15 

Aug. 1840. 
Garrettson, Mr. F. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Sept. 1844. . 
Garrettson, Mrs. F. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Sept. 1844. 

RICHMOND, LOUISIANA. 

Snyder, Alonzo. Taken at New Orleans, 21 Feb. 1844. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. 

Botts, John Miner. Member of Congress. Imprisoned for writing a 
secret history of the War. Taken at Washington, 29 June 1S41. 

Daniel, Miss Anne. Daughter of Judge Daniel. Taken at Saratoga, 16 
Aug. 1843. 

Daniel, Miss E. R. Daughter of Judge Daniel. Taken at Saratoga, 16 
Aug. 1843. 

Daniel, T. H. M. D. Taken at Saratoga, 1 Aug. 1844. 

Peyton, Miss Susan. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. — . 

Scott, James. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 



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Scott, Ellen. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1843. 
Taylor, Mrs. T. P. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Sept. 1844. 
Taylor, Jacquelin P. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Sept. 1844. 
Woodbridge, Rev. George. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1840. 

RIVIERE-DU-LOUP, QUEBEC, CANADA. 
(Now Frazerville.) 

Lambert, Mons. L6ger. Taken at Saratoga, 19 Aug. 1843. 
Lambert, Mine. Leger. Taken at Saratoga, 19 Aug. 1843. * 

ROANOKE, NORTH CAROLINA. 

Burgwyn, J. Collinson. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 14 Aug. 1840. 

Burgwyn, Henry K. Taken at Boston, 23 May 1842. 

Clarke, 3Ir. C. M. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1844. 

Clarke, Mrs. C. M. (C. L.) Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1844. 

ROBERTVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Kempton, George. Taken at New York, 4 Nov. 1839. 

ROCHESTER, NEW YORK. 
Hall, Mr. Isaac M. Taken at New York, 16 Oct. 1840. 
Hall, Mrs. Caroline. Taken at New York, 16 Oct. 1840. 
Hall, Miss Lucy Anne Thompson. (Baby) Taken at Saratoga, 16 Oct. 

1840. 
Hinsdale, Bissoll. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1843. 
Kempshall, Thomas. Member of Congress. Native of England. Died 

1865. Taken at Washington, 8 Mar. 1841. 
Seldon, Mr. Samuel. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 27 Aug. 1840. 
Seldon, Mrs. Samuel. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 27 Aug. 1840. 
Seward, Miss Sarah J. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 29 Aug. 1840. 
Ward, Mr. L. C. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 25 Aug. 1840. 
Ward, Mrs. L. C. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 25 Aug. 1840. 

ROCKBRIDGE, VIRGINIA. 

Taylor, William. Entered Baltimore Conference 1843. Founded the first 
Methodist Church in San Francisco. Was an Evangelist in Eng- 
land, Ireland, Palestine, Australia, Ceylon, India and South Ameri- 
ca. Taken in New York, 9 Mar. 1840. 

ROCKDALE, PENNSYLVANIA. 
Lee, Rev. Alfred. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1840. 

ROCKFORD, NORTH CAROLINA. 
Shepperd, Augustine N. Lawyer and Member of Congress. Taken at 
Washington, 18 June 1841. 

ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Billings, Joseph H. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1844. 
Parker, Mr. John. Philanthrophist. Obt. 1844. Taken at Saratoga, 23 

July 1844. 
Parker, Mrs. John. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1844. 
Putnam, Rev. George. Minister in the Presbyterian Church. See Rev. 

A. Putnam of Boston and the Rev. I. W. Putnam of Middleboro, 

Mass. Taken at Boston, 15 June 1842. 
Putnam, Miss Catherine. Taken at Boston, 15 June 1842. 



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Wainwright, William Lambert. See Wainwright of Boston. Taken at 

Boston, 16 May 1842. 
Wainwright, Peter and dog Ponto. Taken at Boston, 16 May 1842. 

ST. ARMAJfD, WEST ESP. PROVINCE, CANADA. 

Whitwell, Rev. R. Taken at Saratoga, 29 July 1841. 

ST. JOHN'S, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA. 

O'Hallaran, Captain. 39th Regiment British Army. Taken at Saratoga, 

4 Sept. 1840. 
Roman, E. Taken at New Orleans, 27 Mar. 1844. 

ST. LAWRENCE, HEW YORK. 

"Van Rensselaer, H. See Van Rensselaer of Albany. Taken at Washing- 
ton, 14 June 1841. 

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 

Copp, Samuel. Taken at New York, 23 Nov. 1839. 

King, Henry G. . 

Peacock, Miss Julia. Taken at New Orleans, 23 Feb. 1844. 

ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA. 
Clynch, General D. L. Taken at Washington, 4 April 1841. 

SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Kimball, Abraham. See Kimball of Boston. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 
1843. 

Preseott, Rev. Edward G. Episcopal Church. Died on his voyage to 
Fayal, W. I. Taken at Boston, 31 May 1842. 

Preseott, William Hickling. Blind Historian. Son of the Rev. B. Pres- 
eott. One of his best known works "History of Ferdinand." Taken 
at Boston, 26 Nov. 1841. 

Richardson, Widow of Nathan. Aged 91 years. 2 Mar. 1842. Taken at 
Boston, 20 June 1842. 

Thompson, Rev. James H., Jr. Of Independent Church. See Thompson 
of Barre, Mass. Taken at Saratoga, 4 Aug. 1842. 

SALTINGTOWN, LONG ISLAND. 
Latting, Joseph. Secretary of American Temperance and American Sea- 
men's Friendly Societies. See Latting of New York. Taken at 
Saratoga, 23 July 1844. 

SANTIAGO, CUBA. 
Dunny, Signor Pablo. Taken at New York, 30 Dec. 1839. 

SARATOGA. 
Allen, Mrs. Caroline M. Wife of S. Allen. 28 Aug. 1844. 
Alocar, Senor E. Of the Argentine Legation. 8 July 1840. 
Andrews, H. P. 3 Sept. 1844. 
Armstrong, Abigail. 26 Aug'. 1844. 

Arrieta, Senor Pablo de. Native of Havana. 14 Aug. 1844. 
Baird, John. Aged 78. Father of Mrs. W. Putnam, 31 Aug. 1844. 
Barbour, John. 1 Aug. 1840. 
Barbour, Rosamond Kate. 1 Aug. 1840. 
Barre, Mons. L. 16 Aug. 1843. 



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Barry, Mr. Samuel. 6 Aug. 1844. 

Barry, Mrs. Samuel, 6 Aug. 1844. 

Barry, Garrett. 2d Infantry U. S. A. 6 Aug. 1842. 

Bartlett, Washington A. Lieut. U. S. N. 14 Sept. 1845. 

Benedict, Mr. 12 Wall Street. 20 Aug. 1842. 

Benson, John M. 25 Aug. 1844. 

Bernard, J. G. U. S. Engineer. 20 Aug. 1844. 

Bidwell, Marshall. Counsellor at Law. Two Portraits. 4 Aug. 1842. 

Bolton, "William Compton. Captain U. S. Navy. Died 1849. 25 Sept. 1843. 

Bowlis, Nathias Maria. 22 Aug. 1840. 

Broadhurst, H. M. Taken at New York, 18 Aug. 1844. 

Brooks, Chauncey. 18 Aug. 1844. 

Brown, Mr. Charles H. (Wharfinger) 31 Aug. 1843. 

Brown, Mrs. Charles H. (Indian Wharf). 31 Aug. 1843. 

Browne, Miss J. S. 26 Aug. 1841. 

Campbell, Mrs. H. M. Mother of Mrs. D. Lynch of Saratoga, 9 July 1844. 

Channay, Henry. 16 July 1844. 

Clarke, J. Theodore. 18 July 1843. 

Cooke, Joseph. 10 Aug. 1844. 

Cooke, Ransom. 28 June 1843. 

Corey, John A. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 22 Aug. 1840. 

Cozzens, George H. 31 Aug. 1844. 

Crawford, Rev. Robert. Of the Presbyterian Church. 20 July 1840. 

Curtis, Roderick. 2 Sept. 1840. 

Cushing, Joseph, Jr. — . 

Dale, John B. Lieut. U. S. N. Died 1848. Taken at New York, 27 Jan. 

1840. 
Delevan, Ed. C. Temperance Lecturer. 3 Aug. 1842. 
Dennis, Ed. P. Nephew to Captain Berry. 21 July 1843. 
Dinsmore, Anna Jarvis. 16 Dec. 184 — . 
Dowling, Ed. Of English service. 1 Sept. 1840. 

Dowling, Capt. Samuel W. Commander U. S. N. 12 Aug. 1840. 
Dowling, Mrs. Samuel W. 12 Aug. 1840. 
DuBois, Miss Sarah. Two Portraits. Now Mrs. Wagstaff. June 1843. 

11 Aug. 1842. 
Emlen, George. Two Portraits. Taken at Philadelphia, 24 April 1843. 
Etienne, D. G. Professor of Music. 8 Aug. 1844. 
Parnswith, John C. Taken at Boston, 9 Nov. 1841. 
Felton, Mrs. Luther. 4 Sept. 1843. 

Fletcher, Rev. Josiah. Of Baptist Church. 12 Aug. 1840. 
Fletcher, Mrs. Josiah. 12 Aug. 1840. 
Gardener, Hordell. 24 July 1840. 

Grimes, J. Stanley. Lecturer on Phrenology and Chemistry. 7 Aug. 1840. 
Hall, Miss Anne. 31 Aug. 1840. 

Heckster," Edward. 1840. 

Heron, Major Y. E. Of U. S. Army. 14 July 1844. 

Hulin, R. D. Clerk of Union Hall. 4 Sept. 1844. 

Hunt, Mrs. Jonathan. 18 Aug. 1843. 

Hunt, Miss Jane M. 21 July 1842. 

Hunt, John. 21 July 1842. 

Hunt, Henry L. 15 Aug. 1843. 

Hunt, R. M. 15 Aug. 1843. 

Hunt, William. Taken at Philadelphia, 20 April 1843. 

Hunter, Hillen. 16 Aug. 1844. 

Jarvis, Mr. Leonard. 19 Sept. 1843. 



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Jarvis, Mrs. Leonard. 19 Sept. 1843. 

Jones, H. B. Congress Hall. 16 July 1842. 

Ka.s.soii, Miss Frances. 16 July 1841. 

Levy, Uriah P. Commander U. S. N. Died 1862. 20 Aug. 1842. 

Lorillarcl, Peter. Two Portraits. (See Mrs. J. Wolfe of New York and 

Mrs. B. Reynolds of Boston. 17 July 1844. 
Low, Capt. Moses A. 18 July 1840. 
Mackenzie, Thomas G. 14 Aug. 1843. 
Maxwell, W. H. Counsellor at Law. 21 Aug. 1840. 
May, Samuel. 16 July 1844. 
May, Mrs. Mary. 16 July 1844. 
May, Miss Abbey W. 16 July 1844. 
May, Miss Mary G. 16 July 1844. 
Mclntyre, A. 26 June 1843. 
Missroon, John S. Lieut. U. S. N. Appointed Commodore 1862. Died 

1865. 2 Aug. 1842. 
Moeller, Capt. J. B. U. S. Navy. 10 Aug. 1844. 
Moorhead, J. Commander U. S. Navy. 4 Sept. 1842. 
Morris, Miss. At 12 o'clock, 980 Union Hall. 1 Aug. 1843. 
Nagel, Giovanni. Pupil of Paginini. 25 Aug. 1842. 
Nagel, Mrs. Chs. Sister of Mrs. Peyser of Saratoga. 12 Aug. 1843. 
Palmer, Mr. George W. 10 July 1843. 
Palmer, Mrs. George W. 10 July 1843. 
Peasely, Miss Emely. Little girl. S Sept. 1843. 
Peck, Bela. 18 Aug. 1841. 
Peek, Charles E. 30 July 1844. 
Peyser, Mr. D. M. Prom Poland. 1 Aug. 1841. 
Peyser, Mrs. D. M. Sister of Mrs. C. Nagel. 1 Aug. 1841. 
Pickering, Joseph Thomas. 20 July 1839. 
Polk, William. 5 Aug. 1841. 

Ramsey, Capt. William. U. S. N Died 1866. 14 Sept. 1844. 
Rankin, Edward E. 8 July 1844. 

Reynolds, G. L. Grandson of P. Lorillard of Saratoga. 17 July 1844. 
Rosekraus, E. H. 12 July 1844. 
Ruggles, Samuel B. 21 Aug. 1840. 
Sargent, T. J. W. 6 July 1843. 
Scott, James Richard V. 6 Sept. 1843. 
Scott, Ellen. 6 Sept. 1843. 

Scott, H. L. Son of General in Chief. 7 Sept. 1843. 
Shaw, Mr. Joel. Daguerrotype. 24 Aug. 1842. 
Shaw, Mrs. Joel. Daguerrotype. 24 Aug. 1842. 
Sherman, T. New Havey Street. 30 Aug. 1844. 

Simons, . Of Circular Railroad. 30 Aug. 1842. 

Smith, T. R. 13 Aug. 1844. 

Strong, Mrs. Henry. 12 Sept. 1843. 

Swift, William. M. D. U. S. N. Retired 1861. Died 1864. 18 July 1844. 

Thompson, Mr. James M. Proprietor of Thompson's Express. 6 July 1843. 

Thompson, Mrs. James M. 6 July 1843. 

Treat, S. 20 July 

Warre, Dr. John. Taken at Boston, 5 Nov. 1841. 

Warren, Mr. William Lafayette. Attorney at Law. 8 July 1S4 0. 

Warren, Mrs. William Lafayette. 8 July 1840. 

Warren, Eliza. 8 July 1840. 

Warren, Susan. 8 July 1840. 

'Washington, Dr. James A. 18 Aug. 1841. 



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Waterman, Richard R. 14 Aug. 1841. 

Webster, Paul. 

Westcot, Mrs. 7 July 1843. 

Westeot, Joseph.- 7 July 1843. 

Westcot, J. ST., Jr. 7 July 1843. 

Westcot, Miss Louisa P. 7 July 1843. 

White, William B. 14 Aug. 1842. 

White, Miss Louisa. 14 Aug. 1842. 

White, Miss Mary. 21 July 1844. 

Young, Rev. Thomas H. St. John's Church. 5 Sept. 1844. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS. 

Adee, Dr. Augustus A. Surgeon U. S. Navy. Died 1844. 4 Aug. 1843. 

Adee, David Graham. Son. 4 Aug. 1843. 

Allen, Benjamin. 4 July 1840. 

Barclay, Miss M. A. 25 Aug. 1840. 

Beach, William A. Counsellor at Law. 30 Aug. 1841. 

Benedict, Mr. Daniel L. 3 Sept. 1840. 

Benedict, Mrs. 3 Sept. 1840. 

Chester, Rev. A. T. Presbyterian Church. 14 July 1840. 

Chester, Mrs. A. T. 14 July 1840. 

Clarke, John. M. D. 21 July 1840. 

Clarke, Mrs. John. 21 July 1840. 

Clarke, Master T. 2 Sept. 1843. 

Cook, Mr. Nelson. Portrait Painter. 9 Sept. 1840. 

Cook, Mrs. Nelson. 9 Sept. 1840. 

Davison, G. M. Stationer. 21 July 1841. 

Devtel, Miss Jane Eliza. 26 July 1841. 

Donaldson, L. 1st Infantry U. S. A. 15 Aug. 1841. 

Downes, John. Commander U. S. N. 22 July 1842. 

Downes, John, Jr. Midshipman U. S. N. Subsequently Lieut. 1851. Com- 
mander 1862. Died 1865. 22 July 1842. 

Downes, Miss Julia M. 28 July 1842. 

Eddy, Rev. E. C. General Agent of the A. B. C. F. M. 17 Aug. . 

Fenner, John H. 24 July 1841. 

Flint, Mrs. Anne. 5 Aug. 1841. 

Freeman, Samuel. M. D. 29 July 1841. 

Hart, Miss Cordelia. (See Miss S. Hart of Saratoga.) 4 Sept. 1840. 

Lynch, Lieut. Dominick. U. S. N. Subsequently Captain 1871. Retired 
1872. 9 July 1844. 

Lynch, Mrs. Dominick. (See Mrs. H. M. Campbell of Saratoga.) 9 July 
1844. . 

Munger, Widow Nancy. 15 Aug. 1840. 

Munger, Mrs. H. F. 15 Aug. 1840. ~| 

Munger, Nancy. 15 Aug. 1840. (.Children of above. 

Munger, Richard. 15 Aug. 1840. J 

Nicholl, Mary L. 4 Aug. 1841. 

Page, Captain Benjamin. U. S. N. Retired 1855. Died 1858. 14 Aug. 
1840. 

Palmer, James S. Lieut. U. S. N. Rear Admiral 1866. Died 1867. 3 Aug. 
1840. 

Papineau, Louis Joseph Amedee Montigny. 15 July 1840. 

Peagram, Captain. U. S. A. Two Portraits. 20 Aug. 1840. 



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Porter, Dr. Joshua. Surgeon on board the "Constitution" in the Revolu- 
tion. Brother to General Porter. Died Oct. 1831. Aged 72. Taken 
at Saratoga Springs, 21 Aug. 1844. 

Porter, Minerva. 21 Aug. 1844. 

Silsby, P. H. Congress Hall. 14 Aug. 1841. 

Swift, William H. Captain U. S. A. 14 July 1842. 

Wadsworth, Rev. Charles. Pastor of 2nd Presbyterian Church. 31 Aug. 
1844. 

Walker, Dr. W. F. Rector of Bethesda Church. 17 Aug. 1841. 

Westcott, Mr. Alanson. 9 Sept. 1840. 

Westcott, Mrs. Alanson. 9 Sept. 1840. 

Westcott, Mr. James R. 28 Aug. 1841. 

Westcott, Mrs. James R. 28 Aug. 1841. 

Westcott, Miss Mary E. 28 Aug. 1841. 

Wiggins, Mrs. Mary S. N6e Porter. 29 Aug. 1840. 

Wiggins, Peter B. Porter. 29 Aug. 1840. 

Williams, Miss Harriet A. 29 Aug. 1840. 

Wilson, Hiram A. Of Louisville Academy, Clifton Park. 24 July 1844. 

Yohames, Ma. Bishop of Ooroomiah, Persia. Two Portraits. 27 Aug. 1842. 

SAVANNAH, GA. 

Arnold, R. J. Taken at Boston, 17 June 1842. 

Gibbons, William. Now of New Jersey. Taken at Saratoga, 22 July 1843. 

SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 

Manwaring, Professor Giles, Jr. Principal of Lyceum. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 3 Aug. 1841. — ' 
McCloskey, Rev. P. St. John's Church. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1843. 
Yates, Giles P. Taken'at Saratoga Springs, 25 July 1840. 

SCHUYLERVILLE, N. Y. 

Chester, Rev. C. H. Taken at Saratoga, 9 Sept. 1844. 

SENECA PALLS, N. Y. 

Thompson, D. Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Aug. 1843. 

SHARON, CONN. 

Smith, Mrs. Mary H. Taken at Saratoga, 30 July 1844. 

SHEFFIELD, MASS. 

Barnard, R. J. Counsellor-at-Law. Taken at Saratoga, 22 Aug. 1844. 

SHELBYVILLE, KY, 

Tevis, Robert. (See Tevis of Louisville.) Taken at Louisville, 20 May 
1844. 

SHOREHAM, VT. 

Arthur, Mrs. Mary Antoinette. (See Arthur of New York and Burling- 
ton, Vt.) Taken at Saratoga, 14 Sept. 1844. 

SKANEATELES, N. Y. 

Church, Joseph M. Taken at New York, 5 Feb. 1840. 
Cummins, George. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1843. 
Cummins, Mrs. George. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July IS 43. 



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SMYRNA, DELA. 

Raymond, Susan. Taken at Saratoga, 6 July 1843. 
Shearman, S. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 14 Sept. 1844. 

SMYRNA, N. Y. 
Dunimins, Georges. Taken at Saratoga, 26 June 1843. 

SOMERSET, ENGLAND. 
Rotton, Dr. Otto. Taken at New York, 3 Jan. 1840. 
Rotton, Mrs. Anne. Taken at New York, 3 Jan. 1840. 

SOMERSET CITY, N. Y. 
Todd, Major William. Two Portraits. Aged 86. Was at the Battle of 

Monmouth in the Revolutionary War. Taken at New York, 4 June 

1840. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Bostwick, W. M. Taken at Boston, 28 Dec. 1841. 
Butler, Sampson H. Member of Congress. Resigned 1842 on account of 

ill health. Taken at Washington, 7 July 1841. 
Campbell Colin. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1842. 
Rice, Col. J. Washing-ton. Taken at New York, 11 Sept. 1839. 
Wheaton, Rev. N. S. Rector of Christ Church, New Orleans. Taken at 

Philadelphia, 22 April 1843. 
Woodward, Joseph A. Member of Congress 1844. Taken at Washington, 

19 June 1841. 

SOUTH HADLEY, BIASS. 
Condit, Rev. Joseph D. Taken at Saratoga, 11 Aug. 1841. 

SPENCER, N. Y. 

Kennedy, Isaac. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Ames, Colonel G. Taken at Saratoga, 29 July 1841. 

Bliss, Colonel George. President of Great Western Railroad. Taken at 
Saratoga, 3 July 1842. 

Dwight, Widow. (See Childe.) Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1842. 

Dwight, Mr. George. Son. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1842. 

Dwight, Mrs. George. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1842. 

Howard, John. President of Springfield Bank. Taken at Saratoga, 21 
July 1842. 

Howard, Miss H. W. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1842. 

Howard, Miss M. O. Taken at Saratoga, 21 July 1842. 

Orme, Mr. William W. Taken at Saratoga, 23 July 1842. 

Orme, Mrs. William W. Daughter of Mrs. Dwight of Springfield. Taken 
at Saratoga, 23 July 1842. 

Perkins, Rev. Justin. Of West Springfield. Missionary to the Nestorians 
of Persia. Translated the Bible into modern Syriac. Taken at 
Saratoga, 27 Aug. 1842. 

Pottey, Rev. E. J. Methodist Episcopal Church. 1841-42. 

Rogers, Rev. E. P. Pastor of 5th Congregational Church. Taken at Sara- 
toga Springs, 11 Aug. 1841. 

SPRING ISLAND. 
Gardiner, Mr. Councillor at Law. Taken at New York, 13 Oct. 1840. 



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STATEN ISLAND. 

Frost, George William. M. D. Taken at New York, 9 Aug. 1839. 
STATESBURY, SO. CA. 

Sumter, Thomas D. Member of Congress. Native of Pennsylvania. Taken 
at Washington, 26 Jan. 1841. 

STILLWATER, N. Y. 

Hubbard, Rev. Reuben. Rector of St. John's. Taken at Saratoga, 29 
June 1843. 

STOCKBRIDGE, MASS. 

Pomery, Dr. Thadius. Aged 78. Taken at Saratoga, 20 Aug. 1842. 

Sedgwick, Catherine Maria. Noted for her delineation of New England 
manners. Authoress. Had a Private School for 50 years. Aunt of 
the Misses Sedgwick, N. Y. Taken at Saratoga, 16 Aug. 1842. 

STOWE, VT. 

Young, Augustus. Member of Congress. Died at St. Albans, Vt. 1857. 
3 July 1841. 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

Bushby, Marteo. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. . 

Gillmore, A. R. Taken at Boston, 31 Dec. 1841. 

Stuart, James C. M. D. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 10 July 1841. 

TARRYTOWN, N. Y. 

Mabee, Widow Ann. Aged 60. (See Mabee of New York.) Taken at New 
York, 22 Feb. 1840. 

TAUNTON, MASS. 

Bigelow, Rev. Andrews. Pastor of the First Congregational Church. 

Brother of Abbott Lawrence of Boston. Taken at Boston, 25 April 

1842. 
Bigelow, Rev. Andrews. Another Portrait. Taken at Boston, 25 April 

1842. 
Bigelow, Mrs. Andrews. Taken at Boston, 25 April 1842. 
Crocker, William A. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1844. 
Crocker, Mrs. William A. Taken at Saratoga, 15 Aug. 1844. 

TENNESSEE. 

Anderson, Alexander. Taken at Washington, 8 Mar. 1841. 

Miller, Capt. A. S. 1st U. S. Regiment of Infantry. Died 1852. Taken at 

Saratoga, 21 Aug. 1840. 
Nicholson, A. O. P. Taken at Washington, 28 June 1841. 
Watterson, H. M. Taken at Washington, 27 June 1841. 

TONA WANDA, N. Y. 
Lathrop, J. H. Taken at Washington, 15 Mar. 1841. 

TRENTON, N. J. 
Cox, William A. Taken at New York, 29 Sept. 1839. 

TRIESTE, HUNGARY. 
Minerbi, Senor S. Taken at Saratoga, 15 July 1S40. 



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TRIGG COUNTY, KY. 

Boyd, Lynn. Member of Congress. Subsequently Speaker of House of 
Representatives. Lieut. Governor of Kentucky for one year. Died 
1859. Taken at Washington, 29 June 1841. 

TROY, N. Y. 

Andres, Miss Ruth. 57 *4 Congress Street. 10 Sept. 1841. 

Andrews, John C. Professor of Music. Morris Place. Residence 32 

Seventh Street. Taken at Saratoga, 3 July 1843. 
Averell, Horatio. Clerk. 23^ Congress Street. 2 Oct. 1841. 
Averell, Mrs. Horatio. (Sister of Mr. W. Webb of Troy.) 2 Oct. 1841. 
Averell, Miss Jane. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Sept. 1843. 
Averell, J. Watson. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Sept. 1843. 
Beman, Rev. Dr. Nathan, S. S. Pastor of 1st Presbyterian Church. Two 

Portraits. 23 Sept. 1841. 
Beman, Miss Louisa C. Two Portraits. 23 Sept. 1841. 
Bucklin, Julia Andres. (See R. Andres of Troy.) 8 Oct. 1841. 
Bucklin, 3Irs. Eunice. Grandmother of Julia. 8 Oct. 1841. 
Buel, David. Councillor at Law. 24 Sept. 1841. 
Butler, Rev. Dr. David. Of St. Paul's Church. 15 Sept. 1841. 
Butler, Miss Harriet. 15 Sept. 1841. 

Butler, James Lawrence. Taken at Boston, 17 Nov. 1841. 
Butler, James Lawrence. Another Portrait. Taken at New York, 28 

Aug. 1839. 
Carroll, Thomas B. Editor of "The Budget." 7 Washington Place. 25 

Sept. 1841. 
Carter, Mrs. George D. 44 Third Street. 20 Sept. 1841. 
Catlin, Miss Helen D. Niece of Mrs. C. H. Derby. 
Champion, Miss A. S. 16 Sept. 1841. 
Champion, Aiest. 16 Sept. 1841. 
Chester, Mrs. John. Daughter of Judge G. Morrell of Detroit. 20 Sept. 

1841. 
Chester, Master. 20 Sept. 1841. 

Chester, 20 Sept. 1841. 

Church,. Myron H. "I prom Ngw 0rleans _ Twins . 2 Sept. 1841. 

Church, Henry L. J 

Clark, Z. Taken at Saratoga, 8 July 1840. 

Cox, Rev. Richard. Rector of St. John's Episcopal Church. 16 Sept. 1841. 

Cox, Louisa C. B. Sept. 1841. 

Dickenson, Mrs. John. Mother of Mrs. Taylor of Washington. 6 Sept. 

1841. 
Dickenson, Mrs. Elizabeth. Daughter of Mrs. James Vail. (See Town- 
send.) 13 Sept. 1841. 
Fondey, Mr. Townsend. Taken at Boston, 31 May 1842. 
Fondey, Mrs. Townsend. Nee Miss Hollister. Taken at Boston, 31 May 

1842. 
Gale, E. Thompson. Hardware Merchant. 169 River Street. Taken at 

Washington, 8 Mar. 1841. 
Gillingham, N. B. S. 24 Sept. 1841. 
Hart, Charles P. Book-seller. 216 River Street. Residence 106 Second 

Street. 15 Sept. 1841. 
Hollister, F. A. 14 Sept. 1841 
Hopkins, Erastus. Former Pastor of 2nd Presbyterian Church. Two 

Portraits. Taken at Saratoga, 6 July 1842. 



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Kellogg, Francis L. 28 Sept. 1841. 
Kellogg;, Julia A. 28 Sept 1841. 

Kllliman, N. B. Attorney. 24 Sept. 1841. 

Kingsbury, Lieut. C. V. 24 Sept. 1841. 

Lamport, John T. City Attorney. Chamberlain. Athenaeum Building-. 
23 Sept. 1841. 

Lindsley, C. H. Whig Office. 15 Sept. 1841. 

Lowrey, Charles J. 5 Oct. 1841. 

Lyman, Mr. Lewis. 1 Oct. 1841. 

Lyman, Mrs. Lewis. (See Willard of Troy.) 1 Oct. 1841. 

Warms, Signer Constantino. 15 Sept. 1841. 

Marras, Signora Virginia. 15 Sept. 1841. 

Marther, Ch. A. Taken at Saratoga, 29 Aug. 1840. 

Moore, A. B. Portrait Painter. 8 Oct. 1841. 

Morrell, George "Webb, Jr. Lawyer. Son of G. Morrell of Detroit. Born 
in Cooperstown. Previously in the Army. Subsequently Commis- 
sioner of U. S. Circuit Court of New York. Colonel of Volunteers 
and as Brig. Gen. was present at the siege of Yorktown of the 
Upper Potomac in 1862. 25 Sept. 1841. 

Noyes, William T. 14 Sept. 1841. 

Pattison, Ellas. 49 Second Street. 17 Sept. 1841. 

Pattison, Edward C. Lawyer. 155 River St. Residence "Troy House." 
17 Sept. 1841. 

Pattison", Richard. 17 Sept. 1841. 

Pomeroy, Mrs. Phoebe B. 10 Sept. 1841. 

Robbins, Dr. Amatus. 35 First Street. 17 Sept. 1841. 

Rogers, Willis. 14 Sept. 1841. 

Rossiter, Mrs. C. D. 8 Oct. 1841. 

Smith, Miss Caroline E. 6 Sept. 1841. 

Southwick, Mrs. 90 4th Street. (See Mrs. Willard of Troy.) (Mr. Mer- 
chant — ). 27 Sept. 1841. 

Southwick, Mary Bowen. 27 Sept. 1841. 

Southwick, Warran. 27 Sept. 1841. 

Strong, Henry W. Recorder and Senator of N. Y. State. 24 Sept. 1841. 

Strong, Mrs. Henry W. Taken at Saratoga, 2 Sept. 1841. 

Townsend, Mrs. Harriet M. 13 Sept. 1841. 

Van Kleeck, Rev. Robert B. Rector of St. Paul's Church. Two Portraits 
20 Fourth Street. 16 Sept. 1841. 

Van Kleeck, Mrs. Robert B. 16 Sept. 1841. 

Watson, W r inslow M. Editor of "Daily Whig." 14 Sept. 1841. 

Webb, Mr. Walter W. Brother of Mrs. Averell of Troy. Merchant. 325 
River Street. 15 Sept. 1841. 

Webb, Mrs. Walter W. 30 Second Street. 15 Sept. 1841. 

"Webb, R. S. Son. 15 Sept. 1841. 

Wells, F. Fairchild. 5 Oct. 1841. 

Wiekes, Asa W. Of Citizen Corps. Clerk. 287 River Street. Residence 
149 Fourth Street. 27 Sept. 1841. 

Willard, Mrs. W. Y. Sister of Wm. Southwick of Troy. 27 Sept. 1841. 

Wilson, Mr. Ebenezer. Attorney at Law. Died 1843. 23 Sept. 1841. 

Wilson, Mrs. Ebenezer. 23 Sept. 1841. 

Witmore, Mrs. Sarah E. 28 Sept. 1841. 

Wool, Brig. General John E. Died 1869. Brevet Major General. 75 First 
Street. 3 Oct. 1841. 



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USQUEYANY, R. I. 

Potter, James Brown Mason. Taken at Boston, 30 Dec. 1841. 

UTICA, N. Y. 

Berry, Morris M. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1840. 

Devereux, John C, Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 21 Aug. . 

Manderville, Rev. H. T. Taken at Saratoga Springs, 6 Aug. 1840. 

Teakle, Mr. E. W. Taken at Saratoga, 21 Aug. 1844. 

Teakle, Mrs. E. W. Taken at Saratoga, 21 Aug. 1844. 

Tracy, Chs. Counsellor at Law. Taken at Saratoga, 10 July 1844. 

VERMONT. 

Barnum, Capt. Ephraim K. 2nd Infantry U. S. A. Appointed from New 

York. Died 1847. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1844. 
Grout, S. Taken at Troy, 24 Sept. 1841. 

VICKSBURG, MISS. 

Gwin, Mrs. William N. Wife of Marshal of Southern District Vicksburg. 
Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 

VIENNA, AUSTRIA. 
Gensau, Baron. Taken at New York, 6 Dec. 1839. 

VIRGINIA. 

Carter, Addison B. Taken at New York, 14 June 1841. 

Dorsey, W. H. Of London Co. Taken at New Orleans, 3 Dec. 1843. 

Du Colombier, Prosper 3Iartin. Of Gold Mine. Taken at Philadelphia, 11 
April 1843. 

Garland, Lieut. Col. John. 4th Infantry U. S. A. Died 1867. Taken at 
Washington, 26 Mar. 1841. 

Garland, Mrs. John. Taken at Washington, 3 April 1844. 

Garland, Hugh A. Taken at Washington, 16 Feb. 1841. 

Garland, Lieut. A. Taken at Washington, 16 Feb. 1841. 

Gordon, D. H. 6 feet &y 2 inches. Taken at Saratoga, 25 July 1844. 

Harrison, Mrs. Raindrop. Taken at Saratoga, 25 Aug. 1840. 

Heiskell, Henry L. Surgeon U. S. A. Died 1855. Taken at Washington, 
17 April 1841. 

Jones, Brig. Roger. U. S. A. Appointed to the Army as Captain 3rd Ar- 
tillery 1812. Died 1852. Taken at Washington, 20 Mar. 1841. 

Jones, Thomas ap Catesby. Commodore U. S. N. Helped to suppress 
piracy and the slave trade in the Gulf of Mexico. Taken at Wash- 
ing, 19 April 1841. 

Laidley, Theodore T. S. Brevet 2nd Lieut. U. S. Ordinance. Became Col- 
onel of Ordnance 1875. Taken at Saratoga, 17 Sept. 1843. 

Lawson, Thomas. Surgeon General of U. S. A. Made Brevet Brig. Gen- 
eral for meritorious conduct in Mexican War. Died 1861. Taken 
at Washington, 22 June 1841. 

Macrae, A. Taken at Washington, 13 Mar. 1841. 

Smith, Charles H. Major and Paymaster of U. S. A. Resigned 1849. 
Taken at Washington. 3 Feb. 1841. 

Thompson, George W. Member of Congress. Appointed Judge of Circuit 
Court 1852. Taken at Washington, 19 Mar. 1841. 

Thompson, Mrs. George W. Taken at Washington, 19 Mar. 1841. 

Tunberlake, Miss M. Taken at Washington, 29 April 1841. 



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WALDEN, N. Y. 

Post, W. B. Taken at New York, 25 Sept. 1840. 
Post, Mrs. W. B. Taken at New York, 25 Sept. 1840. 
Post, A. Kintzing. Taken at New York, 25 Sept. 1840. 
Post, Mrs. A. Kintzing. Taken at New York, 25 Sept, 1840. 
Post, Miss Helene Louisa. Taken at New York, 25 Sept. 1840. 
Post, Miss S. M. Taken at New York, 25 Sept. 1840. 
Post, \V. B., Jr. Taken at New York, 25 Sept. 1840. 
Post, Miss Y. E. Taken at New York, 25 Sept. 1840. 

WALES, GBEAT BRITAIN. 
Rubathan, Miss Mathilda Jane. Taken at New York, 23 Oct. 1840. 

WARREN, R. I. 

Smith, Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 12 July 1844. 
Smith, Mrs. Charles. Taken at Saratoga, 12 July 1844. 

"WARWICK, N. Y. 
Jones, Nathaniel. Member of Congress. Made State Canal Commissioner 
1844. Senator 1852. Died at Newburgh 1866. Taken at Washing- 
* ton, 5 Mar. 1841. 

WARWICK, R. I. 
Spencer, Gideon. Member of the Legislature and Military of R. I. Obt. 
1844. Spencer Vegetable Pills. Taken at Saratoga, 10 Aug. 1843. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Adams, Mr. James. Taken at Saratoga, 30 Aug. 1843. 
Adams, Mrs. James. Taken at Saratoga, 30 Aug. 1843. 
Albert, Charles. 28 April 1841. 
Alder, George Walterson. 19 June 1841. 
Alexander, Charles. 17 Mar. 1841. 
Babcock, Dr. B. W. 14 April 1841. 

Bache, Lieut. Richard. U. S. N. Drowned 1850. 16 Mar. 1841. 
Bagure, Dr. Thomas. 25 June 1841. 
Baldwin, Dr. John. 14 Mar. 1841. 
Banckville, Moses Maynard. 14 April 1841. 
Barry, Robert T. M. D. U. S. N. Appointed Assistant Surgeon 1834. 

Died 1857. 11 Feb. 1841 
Bayne, Mrs. Arameta. Widow. P Street, bet. 17th and 18th Streets. 9 

May 1841. 
Bayne, Miss Eliza J. Daughter. Miniature Painter. 3 May 1841. 
Bencher, Abraham. Member of Congress. 18 June 1841. 
Bittinger, Rev. Eden C. Pastor of 1st Presbyterian Church. Taken at 

Saratoga, 12 Aug. 1844. 
Blagden, George. 21 April 1841. 
Blair, Francis Preston. Editor of the "Globe." Residence Executive 

Way. Politician. One of the Leaders who nominated Abraham 

Lincoln as President. 6 May 1841. 
Bomford, George C. Two Portraits. 19 Mar. 1841. 
Bomford, Mrs. George C. 18 Mar. 1841. 
Bomford, George. Colonel of U. S. Ordnance. Invented Bomb Cannons. 

30 Mar. 1841. 
Bomford, H. 15 Mar. 1841. 
Bomford, Miss R. IS Mar. 1841. 
Boyce, Captain. U. S. Coast Survey. 27 Mar. 1841. 



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Bradley, Wm. A. Virginia Avenue bet. 7th and 8th Streets. 17 April 
1841. 

Brent, Miss Kate. Grand-daughter of D. Carrol of Baltimore. 8 Mar. 
1841. 

Browne, Rev. G. S. Taken at Saratoga, 26 Aug. 1841. 

Buell, Phineas L. 3 May 1842. 

Carrol, Dr. William. Son of D. Carrol. See Brent of Washington and 
Carrol of Baltimore. 8 Mar. 1841. 

Carrol, Daniel. Son. F Street, bet. 1st and 2d Streets. 8 Mar. 1841. 

Chandler, Lieut. William. U. S. N. 30 Jan. 1841. 

Chapman, Miss Emily. 1 May 1841. 

Chapman, Miss Helen M. Two Portraits. 1 May 1841. 

Chapman, Miss Virginia. 1 May 1841. 

Chauncey, J. L. Lieut. U. S. N. 5 Mar. 1841. 

Channcey, Mrs. Maria. 5 Mar. 1841. 

Channcey, K. L. Lieut. U. S. N., in uniform. 5 Mar. 1841. 

Chauncey, Miss Mary. Little child. 5 Mar. 1841. 

Chauncey, Charles W. U. S. N. Two Portraits. Commander. I Street, 
bet. 20th and 21st Streets. 17 Feb. 1841. 

Chauncy, Rev. P. S. 19 June 1841. 

Chew, R. L. Deputy of State. 30 Mar. 1841. 

Clephane, James. Perfumery and Fancy Store. Pennsylvania, bet. 11th 
and 12th Streets. 17 Mar. 1841. 

Clephane, Louis. Son. 24 June 1841. 

Colegate, James. Treasury Department. 29 Mar. 1841. 

Cranch, William Charles. City Hall. Residence Delaware Avenue, bet. 
B and C Streets. Chief Justice of District of Columbia 1805-1855. 
Brother-in-law of President John Adams. 14 April 1841. 

Cranch, William G. Son. 26 June 1841. 

Cuyler, M. Assistant Surgeon U. S. N. 24 April 1841. 
Dane, Captain. 5th Infantry U. S. A. 27 June 1841. 

Davis, Rev. Samuel C. Rector of All Faith Parish. 6 Mar. 1841. 
Dayton, A. O. Fourth Auditor of the Treasury. 6th Street, bet. D and 

E Streets. 3 Feb. 1841. 
Deas, Lieut. Fitzallen. U. S. N. Died at Charleston, 1849. 5 Mar. 1841. 
Deeble, Edward. Bookbinder. 9th Street, bet. H and I Streets, 27 Jan. 

1841. 
Derby, Mr. R. C. 18 Jan. 1841. 

Dermott, Miss A. R. Taken at New Orleans, 9 Feb. 1844. 
Donellan, Rev. R. C. St. Matthews Church. 5 Feb. 1841. 
Do rmu n, Dr. Albert. 25 Jan. 1842. 
DuBois, General Nathaniel. 2 Mar. 1841. 
Dunitry, Alexander. 26 June 1841. 
Edwards, Mrs. D. S. 15 April 1841. 

Edwards, S. M. D. Surgeon U. S. Navy. 15 April 1841. 
Edwards, Harriette. 13 April 1841. 

Edwards, James L. Commissioner of Pensions. F Street. 21 April 1841. 
Edwards, John. "| 

Edwards, Lewis. I Sons of James. (White figure.) 21 April 1841. 
Edwards, T. B. J 
Edwards, Lewis. 15 April 1841. 

Edwards, Mrs. Mary. Wife of Lewis. 15 April 1841. 
Eliot, Frank E. Brother of Mrs. Lamb of Boston. Taken at Boston, 17 

Jan. 1842. 
Eustis, W. U. S. A. 2 Feb. 1841. 



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Farley, Mrs. John. H Street. 5 Feb. 1841. 

Fenderich, Charles. Artist and Lithographer. Pennsylvania Avenue. 

23 June 1841. 
Fllllebrown, Thomas, Jr. Navy Department Clerk. Residence G Street. 

27 Feb. 1841. 
Flower, George. 3 Feb. 1841 
Frister, D. 1 May 1841. 
Gadsby, William. 17 April 1841. 
Gaines, Major Gen. Edmund Pendleton. U. S. A. Took part with General 

Jackson in Creek War. Court Martialled for calling out the 

Southern Militia at outbreak of War with Mexico but escaped 

censure. 20 Mar. 1841. 
Gaines, Mrs. Edmund Pendleton. 20 Mar. 1841. 
Gas s a way, Mrs. Kitty E. A. 24 Mar. 1841. 
Gedney, Lieut. Commodore Thomas R. U. S. N. F Street. Died 1857. 

Taken at New Orleans, 16 Mar. 1844. 
Gibson, John. Editor of "The True American." 24 Mar. 1841. 
Goldsborough, Lieut. John R, U. S. N. Appointed Commodore 1867. Re- 
tired 1870. Died 1879. 31 Jan. 1841. 
Grant, Mrs. W. H. 28 April 1841. 
Greene, Miss Rose. 8 May 1841. 
Greenleaf, William C. 15 April 1841. 
Hagner, C. V. 2d Lieut. U. S. Topographical Engineers. Died 1849. 15 

Feb. 1841. 
Hagner, Peter V. 1st Lieut. U. S. Ordnance Corp. Appointed Colonel 

of Ordnance 1869. 15 Feb. 1841. 
Hagner, T. R. 3 Mar. 1841. 

Hall, D. A. Lawyer. City Hall. Residence C Street. 11 Mar. 1841. 
Halleck, J. Magner. 19 Feb. 1841. 
Hassler, Charles A. Assistant Surgeon U. S. N. Appointed Surgeon 1844. 

Drowned 1846. 12th Street. 1841. 

Hassler, Edward. U. S. N. 29 Mar. 1841. 

Hassler, Mrs. Edward. (Anna) 29 Mar. 1841. 

Hassler, May Carry. Baby. 29 Mar. 1841. 

Hassler, Caroline. 29 Mar. 1841. 

Hassler, Edward Jane. 29 Mar. 1841. 

Hassler, J. T. S. Assistant U. S. Coast Surveyor. 26 Mar. 1841. 

Hassler, Mrs. J. T. S. 26 Mar. 1841. 

Hassler, Ferdinand Rudolph. Little boy. 26 Mar. 1841. 

Hellis, Horace de A. 14 April 1841. 

Hernandez, Brig. General Joseph. 13 April 1841. 

Hicks, Effie. 32 Warren Street. Taken at New York, 31 Oct. 1839. 

Hicks, Elizabeth. 32 Warren Street. Taken at New York, 31 Oct. 1839. 

Hill, Miss Rebecca. 1 May 1841. 

Hinckman, Charles. 60 Cherry Street. Native of England. Taken at 

New York, 7 Nov. 1839. 
Hlnkle, Louis Ch. Taken at New York, 16 Dec. 1849. 
Hobbie, Drake. Died 28 Feb 1841. Done from description. 
Holcombe, Lieut. Albert A. U. S. N. Died 1858. 16 Mar. 1841. 
Honan, James. Commissioner at Law. 23 June 1841. 
Hnger, Lieut. Francis. 27 Jan. 1841. 
Huggins, H. F. 13 April 1841. 
Hunter, Mrs. Sarah Ann. 27 April 1841. 
Hunter, General Alexander. Son. 27 April 1841. 
Hunter, Miss Jane. 30 April 1841. 



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Hunter, Miss Mary. 30 April 1841. 

Ingle, Joseph. 16 Mar. 1841. 

Ingle, Mrs. Joseph. (Susan) 15 Mar. 1841. 

Inverson, Wife of Judge T. 31 Mar. 1841. 

Langtree, S. D. 3 Feb. 1841. 

Latimer, Miss Julia. 28 April 1841. 

Laurie, Mrs. Wife of Rev. James L. 26 Mar. 18 41. 

Lawrence, Robert. 11th Street. 26 April 1841. 

Lear, Louisa. Widow. Pennsylvania Avenue. 15 Mar. 1841. 

Macomb, Major General Alexander. Commander in chief of U. S. Army. 
Born in Detroit. Appointed from New York as Cornet of Cavalry. 
Was Colonel and Chief Engineer during- organization of U. S. 
Army in 1821. Died 1841. Father of Mrs. J. N. Macomb of Phila- 
delphia and Mrs. M. Miller of Washington. Taken at Saratoga, 
5 Sept. 1840. 

Macomb, Mrs. Alexander. I Street. Taken at Saratoga, 5 Sept. 1840. 

Macrae, Capt. X. C. 3d U. S. Infantry. Two Portraits. One in uniform. 
24 April 1841. 

Macrae, Mrs. X. C. 1841. 

Macrae, Miss E. Sister of Capt. N. C. 30 April 1841. 

Marriates, X. H. 11 April 1841. 

Martiez, H. T. 8 Mar. 1841. 

May, Julian. Taken at New Orleans, 15 April 1844. 

Maynard, Edward. M. D. Dentist. Born in Edison, N. Y. Educated at 
West Point. Appointed Professor of Dental Surgery at Baltimore 
College and for many years held the same position in Washing- 
ton. Invented several forms of rifle attachments, the breech load- 
ing rifle being his best known invention. 11 Mar. 1841. 

McCormaek, Rev. Andrew. Episcopal Church. 10 April 1841. 

McKean, Lieut. William W. U. S. N. Retired as Commodore 1862. Died 
1865. 9 Mar. 1841 

McThuson, Samuel. Taken at New York, 18 Feb. 1840. 

Meade, Mr. George. 13 Feb. 1841. 

Meade, Mrs. George. 13 Feb. 1841. 

Miller, Benjamin F. P. Pal. Superintendent. 1 Feb. 1841. 

Miller, Major Morris L. Aide-de-Camp. U. S. A. 19 Feb. 1841. 

Miller, Mrs. Morris L. Daughter of Major General Macomb. Sister of 
Mrs. J. H. Macomb of Philadelphia. 19 Feb. 1841. 

Mills, Madison. Surgeon in U. S. Army. 27 Feb. 1841. 

Mills, Robert. U. S. Architect. Born at Charleston, South Carolina. 
Original designer of the Washington monument. P. Street. 29 
June 1841. 

Misson, Lewis H. Surgeon U. S. N. 15 April 18 41. 

Mitchell, Lieut. John K. U. S. N. Commander 1855. 1 Mar. 1841. 

Montendon, Mme. Julian. 17 Mar. 1841. 

Montgomery, Mrs. Julia M. 15 April 1841. 

Morris, Robert. Aged 50. Chief financier of the Revolution. Signed the 
Declaration of Independence. Died 1806. . 

Xewton, A. G. 24 Mar. 1841. 

Xicolson, John B. 5 Feb. 1841. 

Xiven, Charles. 28 Jan. 1841. 

Xorth, John Bartram. Capitol Hill. 1st Comptroller Clerk. Residence 
New Jersey Avenue. 18 Feb. 1841. 

Xourse, Mr. Michael. Chief Clerk Register Office. 24 Mar. 1841. 

Xourse, Mrs. Michael. 13th Street. 24 Mar. 1841. 



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o' Sullivan, H. 15 Feb. 1841 

O'SuIlivan, Thomas S. 4 June 1841. 

Owner, James, Jr. Post Office Department. Clerk. Residence G. Street. 

3 Mar. 1841. 
Patterson, J. Harman. U. S. N. 17 Feb. 1841. 
Paulding, James K. Secretary of the Navy. 21 Jan. 1841. 
Paulding, P. Kemble. Son. 2 Feb. 1841. 
Payne, John Howard. Successful Actor. Wrote "Home Sweet Home." 

Was appointed American Consul at Tunis 1841 and died there. 22 

April 1841. 
Perrine, G. 20 Mar. 1841. 

Philbin, H. D. Attorney General. 20 Feb. 1841. 
Plunkett, Eugene. 22 April 1841. 
Pollard, Miss Margaret. 30 April 1841. 
Porter, Miss Roberta. 23 April 1841. 
Pratt, Mrs. 5 April 1841. 
Ramsay, Capt. George D. U. S. Ordnance. Born in Virginia. Appointed 

from D. C. 1820. Retired 1865, as Brevet Major General for long 

and faithful service. 6 April 1841. 
Roberts, A. F. 19 April 1841. 
Rogers, Miss Octavia Ann. Married M. C. Meigs of Georgetown, D. C., 

29 June 1841. 
Russell, William H. 17 Mar. 1841. 

Ryder, Rev. James. 1841. 

Sands, Joshua R. Commander U. S. N. Retired as Rear Admiral i866. 

Taken at Philadelphia, 4 May 1843. 
Santangelo, Mrs. Mary de Attelles. 25 Mar. 1841. 
Seaton, W. W. Mayor of Washington. Editor of "National Intelligence." 

Residence E Street. 17 April 1841. 
Seaton, Miss Caroline. 30 Jan. 1841. 
Seaton, Mr. Gales. 20 Mar. 1841. 
Seldon, J. M. 21 June 1841. 

Seldon, William. Treasurer of Treasury Department. 28 May 1841. 
Seldon, Mrs. William. (E). 29 May 1841. 
Sewell, Dr. Thomas. Physician. A 1 /, Street 20 Feb. 1841. 
Shanks, Michael. E Street. 22 June 1841. 
Smith, Thomas L. Registrar of the Treasury. Residence K Street. 27 

Jan. 1841. 
Stansburg, Arthur. Reporter in Congress. 10 Feb. 1841. 
Stansburg, Mrs. Arthur. 10 Feb. 1841. 
Stansburg, Charles E. 10 Feb. 1841. 
Steele, Rev. Ashel. Episcopal Church. 17 Mar. 1841. 
Stewart, Delia Tudor. 25 Mar. 1841. 
Stone, Henry. Patent Office. 13 May 1841. 
Stone, William F. 26 Jan. 1841. 
Stringfellow, Rev. Horace. Rector of Trinity. Residence 5th Street. 

16 Feb. 1841. 
Taggart, James B. 1 May 1841. 

Taylor, Mr. Benjamin Ogle. Lafayette Square. 16 Feb. 1841. 
Taylor, Mrs. Benjamin Ogle. 16 Feb. 1841. 
Taylor, E. Thornton. Taken at Troy, 13 Sept. 1841. 
Taylor, Mrs. Hester. Daughter of Mrs. J. Dickinson of Troy. 20 Feb. 

1841. 
Taylor, Eugenie. 20 Feb. 1841. 
Taylor, Julia. 20 Feb. 1841. 



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Terrett, B. A. 1st Lieut. 1st Regiment U. S. Dragoons. Accidentally shot 

at Fort Scott, 17 March . 11 May 1841. 

Terrett, Mrs. B. A. 11 May 1841. 

Thorn, George. U. S. A. 19 Feb. 1841. 

Thorp, Nathan. 13 May 1841. 

Tree, Lambert. Chief Clerk of the Post Office. 12th Street. 23 June 

1841. 
Turner, Charles S. 10 Feb. 1841. 
Van Buren, President Martin. White House. 8th President of U. S. 

States. 21 Jan. 1841. 

Van Buren, A. 1 _ oit ici 

„ „ A . \ Sons. 21 Jan. 1841. 

Van Buren, Martin, Jr. J 

Van BTorsugh, Rev. J. R. C. St. Peter's Church. 9 Mar. 1841. 

Van Rensselaer, Rev. Cortlandt. 16 Feb. 1841. 

Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Cortlandt. 1841. 

Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, Jr. 16 Feb. 1841. 

Van Rensselaer, Philip L. 1841. 

Walker, S. P. 10 May 1841. 

Wallach, Robert. 30 April 1841. 

Ward, Mrs. F. A. 6th Street. 20 April 1841. 

Washington, Bailey. M. D. U. S. N. , Appointed 1813. Died 1854. 16 

April 1841. 
Webster, Mr. Caroline S. Sister of Mrs. J. B. Joy of Boston. 3 May 1841. 
Wharton, Charles Henry. Justice of the Peace. 26 Jan. 1841. 
White, Mrs. Elizabeth Ann. 27 June 1841. 

White, James C. Merchant. Pennsylvania Avenue. 27 June 1841. 
White, Miss Mary Hannah. 27 June 1841. 
White, George. Author of "Memoir of State History of .Manufactures. " 

13 April 1841. 
Wilkeson, Judge. 15 April 1841. 
Wilkeson, Mrs. 15 April 1841. 

Williams, Mrs. F. A. Widow. 8th Street. 17 April 1841. 
Wilson, D. M. Police Officer of Capitol. Pennsylvania Avenue. 10 Mar. 

1841. 
Wirt, Henry G. 18 May 1841. 
Wyse, M. War Department. 4 Mar. 1841. 
Yeatman, Miss Km ma. 1 April 1841. 
Young, McClintock. Clerk in the Treasury Department. Residence 13th 

Street. 22 Jan. 1841. 

WASHINGTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Rue, Col. J. Taken at New York, 11 Sept. 1839. 

WATERBURY, VERMONT. 

Arms, Dr. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1843. 
Arms, Mrs. Taken at Saratoga, 19 July 1843. 

WATERFORD, NEW YORK. 

Ellis, Chiseldon. Taken at New York, 16 July 1839. 

W T ATERSTON, NEW YORK. 

Mead, Miss Maria L. W. (See Mead of Boston.) Taken at Saratoga, 20 
July 1844. 



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WAYNESVILLE, GEORGIA. 

King, Thomas Butler. Member of Congress. Born Hampdem, Mass. 
Appointed Collector of San Francisco, 1850. Sent to Europe on 
Secret Mission by Confederate Government 1862. Died 1864. Taken 
at Washing-ton, 2 Feb 1841. 

WESTBORO, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Denny, George. (See Denny of Boston.) Taken at Boston, 24 May 1842. 

WESTBKOOK, MAINE. 

Traston, Rev. M. Methodist Episcopal Church. Member of Congress. 
Taken at Boston, 10 May 1842. 

WESTCHESTER, NEW YORK. 
Faile, Miss A. D. Taken at Saratoga, 6 Aug. 1844. 

WESTERLEY, RHODE ISLAND. 

Babcock, E. Taken at New York, 13 Nov. 1839. 

WEST FARMS, NEW YORK. 

Powell, Rev. William. Union Hill Episcopal Church. Taken at Sara- 
toga, 20 Aug. 1841. 

WEST FELICIANA, LOUISIANA. 

Lyons, Colonel N. A. Taken at New Orleans, 17 Feb. 1844. 
WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY. 

Seward, Benjamin J. Brother of W. H. Seward, Governor of New York. 
Taken at New York, 2 Oct. 1839. 

WESTON MIDDLESEX, MASS. 

Bigelow, Alpheus, Jr. Eogr. M. A. Counsellor at Law. Father of Mrs. 
E. C. Estees of Brooklyn. Taken at Saratoga, 26 July 1844. 

WEST POINT, NEW YORK. 

Jones, S. G. U. S. A. 24 Aug. 1837. 

Weir, Robert Walter. Professor of Drawing. Painter. One of his best 
known paintings "The Embarkment of the Pilgrims" at the Capi- 
tol, Washington. Retired with pay of Colonel 1876. 8 Aug. 1837. 

WEST POULTENEY, VERMONT. 

Cone, George B. Troy Conf. Academy. Taken at Saratoga, 20 July 1844. 

WILKES-BARRE, PENNSYLVANIA. 

Hollenbach, G. M. Taken at Saratoga, 24 July 1844. 

WILLIAMSBURGH, LONG ISLAND. 
Huskins, Rev. Samuel N. Episcopal Church. Taken at Saratoga Springs 
26 Aug. 1840. 

WILLIAMSTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Hopkins, Mark. President of Williams College. Taken at New York, 
20 April 1840. 



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WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA. 

Baker, D. B. Taken at Philadelphia, 29 Sept. 1842. 

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. 
Bayard, Mrs. Richard H. Taken at Saratoga Spring's, 15 Aug. 1840. 

WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA. 

Magruder, John Bankhead. 1st Lieut., 1st Artillery U. S. A. Commended 
for gallant service at Chapultepec. Made Brevet Lieut. Colonel 
1847. Resigned 1861. Joined the Confederate Army at the out- 
break of War as Captain of Artillery. Appointed Major General 
in command of Texas. Finally settled in Houston. Took service 
with Maximilian in Mexico. Taken at Philadelphia, 5 Feb. 1843. 

WISCONSIN. 

Doly, Judge James. Taken at Washington, 3 April 1841. 
Doly, Mrs. James. Taken at Washington, 3 April 1841. 

WINDSOR, BROOME CO., N. Y. 

Hotchkiss, Gideon. Born 23 Aug. 1797. Patentee of several improve- 
ments. Taken at Philadelphia, 16 Jan. 1843. 

WOODVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. 

Burruss, John W. Taken at New Orleans, 22 Feb. 1844. 

McGehee, G. G. . 

McGehee, M. Taken at New Orleans, 24 Feb. 1844. 

WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS. 

Burnside, Samuel M. 126 Congress Street. Taken at Saratoga, 12 Aug. 
1843. 

Giles, Miss Eliza G. See Mrs. Emory Washburn of Worcester. Taken 
at Boston, 1 Mar. 1842. 

Perrine, Mrs. H. C. Taken at Saratoga, 16 July 1842. 

Washburn, Mr. Emory. Lawyer and Writer. Senator of State. Subse- 
quently Judge of Worcester Court of Common Pleas. Governor of 
Mass. 1854-76. Professor of Law at Harvard. Taken at Boston, 
1 Mar. 1842. 

Washburn, Mrs. Emory. Sister of Miss Giles of Worcester. Taken at 
Boston, 1 Mar. 1842. 

WORCESTER CO., MASSACHUSETTS. 
Bradford, G. S. Taken at Saratoga, 7 Aug. 1844. 

YARMOUTH PORT, MASSACHUSETTS. 
Rodman, Thomas P. Taken at Boston, 20 May 1842. 

YORKYILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Rogers, James. Lawyer and Member of Congress. Taken at Washing- 
ton, 8 Mar. 1841. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 
Auchmutz, Mrs. 30 Nov. — . 

Barton, William. Designer of U. S. Arms. . 

Benson, Eliza and Henry. — . 



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Berrat, James G. 28 Jan. — 

Blondel, "William. Professor of Music. — . 

Borgheese, Edouard. Taken at Saratoga, 17 Aug. — . 
Bremen, T. S. Two Portraits. — Jan. — . 
Brown, Frances. 27 Nov. — . 

Carmiehael, Rev. W. 

Chooet, Dr. Abraham. Aged 85. Celebrated Physician and Anatomist. 

Clarke, Miss Eliza. . 

Crolius, Clarkson, Colonel U. S. A. — . 

Dallas, A. James. Eminent Counsellor. Obt. Jan. 1819. JS 57. Jefferson 

Politician. . 

Ely, Major Edward B. . 

Female figure — no name. 

Franklin, Benjamin. . Aged 84. Taken from a portrait. 

Hardisty, H, Jr. 2 Dec. — . 
Hatch, Miss. — — — . 
Hunter, Mr. Daniel. — — ■ — . 

Jenifer, Daniel. . 

Jenkins, A. J. (Adam Hubly) 23 Nov. — . 

Kain, William. . 

Kemeys, William. 27 Nov. — . 

King, Mrs. Sarah Johnson. 12 Nov. — . 

Lavelier, Oetavia. . 

Leroy, Miss Jane. 23 Nov. — . 
Lester, Gerard C. 2 Aug. — . 
Lyman, Mrs. General John. — ■ — — . 
Lyman, Miss Julia. • — — — . 
Mavrateno, N. — — — . 

Moffatt, Miss Caroline. . 

Morgan, Mr. Benjamin. — . 

No Name. "Will be marked on back. — . 

Penfold, Edward. — — — . 

Pickering, Timothy. ■ — . 

Prentice, George D. — — ■ — . 

Redman, John. M. D. ■. 

Revel, D. Nathan. . 

Samson, C. B. 17 Nov. ■ — . 

Smith, Mrs. W. G. . 

"Wade, Christine. Slave to: — . 

Wayn, James Hoffman. 13 Feb. — . 

"Washington, M. A. G. . 

Wedge, Simon. 21 Dec. — . 

Whiteman, Miss Sophia Hannah. — — — . 

Whiteman, Miss Emily Adams. 

Whiteman, Miss Frances Elizabeth. . 

"Wight, Amhurst. Counsellor. 147 Spring Street. Taken at Saratoga, 13 

Aug. 1843? 
Wight, Amhurst, Jr. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1843? 
"Wight, Mrs. Amhurst. Taken at Saratoga, 14 Aug. 1843 (?) 
Wight, Miss Jane Elizabeth. Probably Boston. 
Wight, Thomas. M. D. Probably Boston, 25 Nov. — . 
Wirgman, Charles. 8 Dec. — . 

Yandall, Dr. Professor of Chemistry. — . 

, James R 432. 

, Judge D 475. 



INDEX 



A 

1 Abbay, S. F. R Port Gibson, Miss. 

2 Abbott, Gorham-Dummer Boston. 

3 Abbott, Jacob Amherst, Mass. 

4 Abbott, John Stevens Cabot Nantucket, Mass. 

5 Acked, James New York. 

6 Adams, Atkins Fairhaven, Mass. 

7 Adams, Mrs. Atkins Fairhaven, Mass. 

S Adams, Benjamin Boston. 

9 Adams, Mrs. Benjamin Boston. 

10 Adams, Bushwood Philadelphia. 

11 Adams, C New Orleans. 

12 Adams, Charles New York. 

13 Adams, Frances Harriette New Orleans. 

14 Adams, Francis M Boston. 

15 Adams, James Washington. 

16 Adams, Mrs. James Washington. 

17 Adams, John Quincy Boston. 

18 Adams, M New York. 

19 Adams, Mrs Boston. 

20 Adee, Augustus A Saratoga Springs. 

21 Adee, David Graham Saratoga Springs. 

22 Agnew, Alexander New York. 

23 Agnew, Cornelius New York. 

24 Agnew, M. I New York. 

25 Agnew, Widow of John (Ann) New York. 

26 Agnew, William New York. 

27 Aguilar, Gasparde Bettancourt Port-au-Prince, Hayti. 

28 Albert, Charles Washington. 

29 Alden, Bradford R Pennsylvania. 

30 Alden, Robert S Maine. 

31 Alder, George Walterson Washington. 

32 Aleantara, Pedro Havana. 

33 Alexander, Ashton Baltimore. 

34 Alexander, A. L Georgia. 

35 Alexander, Caleb Brattleboro, Vt. 

36 Alexander, Charles Washington, D. C. 

37 Allen, Augustus L New York. 

38 Allen, Benjamin Saratoga Springs. 

39 Allen, Caroline M Saratoga. 

40 Allen, C. W Allenwood, Miss. 

41 Allen, Eleona Gardiner, Me. 

42 Allen, Flisha H Boston. 

43 Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth Boston. 

44 Allen, George A Providence, R. I. 

45 Allen, John (2) Boston. 

46 Allen, Robert fE Ohio. 

47 Almy, Moses B Providence, R. I. 

48 Alocar, Senor E Saratoga. 

49 Altrocchi, Signor New York City. 



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50 Ames, Charles P New Orleans. 

51 Ames, Frederick New York. 

52 Ames, G Springfield, Mass. 

53 Amory, Baby Boston. 

54 Amory, Charles Boston. 

55 Amory, Mrs. Charles Boston. 

56 Amory, Charles Copley Boston. 

57 Amory, Susana Greene Boston. 

58 Anderson, Alexander Tennessee. 

59 Anderson, Ferdinand Boston. 

60 Anderson, H. C. (2) , New Orleans. 

61 Anderson, Jane Co. of Perth, Scotland. 

62 Anderson, Joseph G. H Philadelphia. 

63 Anderson, Peter New York City. 

64 Anderson, Mrs. Peter New York City. 

65 Anderson, W. S Jackson, Miss. 

66 Andres, Ruth Troy, N. Y. 

67 Andrews, Emerson Philadelphia. 

68 Andrews, Ferdinand Boston. 

69 Andrews, H. P Saratoga. 

70 Andrews, James N Madison, Miss. 

71 Andrews, John C Troy, N. Y. 

72 Andrews, T. M New York City. 

73 Andrews, Mrs. T. M New York City. 

74 Angier, Anne Louisa Buffalo, N. Y. 

75 Anthony, Darius New York City. 

76 Anton, George C New York City. 

77 Anton, H New York City. 

78 Anton, Henry New York City. 

79 Appleton, Caroline F Boston. 

80 Appleton, Caroline Leroy Boston. 

81 Appleton, Charles Hook Boston. 

82 Appleton, F. A Boston. 

83 Appleton, Harriet Henrietta Cutler .Boston. 

84 Appleton, Hettie Sullivan Boston. 

85 Appleton, Mary Anne Boston. 

86 Appleton, Samuel Boston. 

87 Appleton, Mrs. Samuel Boston. 

88 Appleton, Master Samuel Boston. 

89 Appleton, William Boston. 

90 Arms, Dr Waterbury, Vt. 

91 Arms, Mrs "Waterbury, Vt. 

92 Armstrong, Abigail Saratoga. 

93 Armstrong, J. A Detroit, Mich. 

94 Arnold, Anthony B Providence, R. I. 

95 Arnold, R. J Savannah, Ga. 

96 Arnold, William .New York City. 

97 Arrieta, Pablo de Saratoga. 

98 Arthur, Benjamin Houghton New York City. 

99 Arthur, Mrs. Edward P New York City. 

100 Arthur, Mrs. John A Burlington, Vt. 

101 Arthur, Mary Antoinette Shoreham, Vt. 

102 Ashhurst, Helen E Philadelphia. 

103 Ashhurst, John Philadelphia. 

104 Ashhurst, Richard Philadelphia. 

105 Ashhurst, Richard Philadelphia. 



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106 Ashhurst, Steven Philadelphia. 

107 Ash nun ii, George Boston. 

10S Ashton, Emily Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

109 Atkinson, Annie Louisville, Ky. 

110 Atwood, Henrietta Philadelphia. 

111 Aubin, J Amesbury, Mass. 

112 Auchmutz, Mrs Miscellaneous. 

113 Austin, Mrs. Benjamin Boston. 

114 Austin, Catherine Boston. 

115 Austin, Miss H. G Boston. 

116 Austin, Ivers T Boston. 

117 Austin, Maria A. R Boston. 

118 Austin, Thomas H Boston. 

119 Averell, Horatio F Troy, N. Y. 

120 Averell, Mrs. Horatio Troy, N. Y. 

121 Averell, Jane Troy, N. Y. 

122 Averell, J. Watson Troy, N. Y. 

123 Avery, John Cleveland, Ohio. 

124 Ayerigg, J. B New Jersey. 

B 

125 Babeock, B. W Washington, D. C. 

126 Babeock, E Westerly, R. I. 

127 Bache, Richard Washington, D. C. 

128 Backus, Lier S Canajoharie, N. Y. 

129 Bacon, Henry W Boston. 

130 Bacon, John Edmund Louisville, Ky. 

131 Bacon, Thomas H Boston. 

132 Badia, Tayme Island of Cuba. 

133 Badlong, James Pawtucket, R. I. 

134 Bagoden, Achille Bordeaux, Prance. 

135 Bagure, Thomas Washington, D. C. 

136 Bailey, Hannah Philadelphia. 

137 Baird, John Saratoga. 

138 Baker, D. B Wilmington, N. C. 

139 Baker, Miss C New York City 

140 Baker, Joseph P New York City. 

141 Baker, Rufus L Connecticut. 

142 Baker, William Edgar New York City. 

143 Balch, Anna New York City. 

144 Balch, Joseph Boston. 

145 Baldwin, Augustus S New York City. 

146 Baldwin, John Washington, D. C. 

147 Baldwin, Micah New York City. 

148 Ball, Ch. H. F New York City. 

149 Ball, George C New York City. 

150 Ball, Mrs. George C New York City. 

151 Ball, George W Philadelphia. 

152 Ballentine, William Natchez, Miss. 

153 Banckville, Moses Maynard Washington, T>. C. 

154 Banckville, H Brooklyn, N Y. 

155 Baneger, Maria New York City. 

156 Banks, Linn Madison, Va. 

157 Barbour, Florence New York City. 

158 Barbour, John Saratoga. 



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159 Barbour, Oliver Lorenzo New York City. 

160 Barbour, Mrs. Oliver Lorenzo New York City. 

161 Barbour, Rosmond Kate Saratoga. 

162 Barclay, George New York City. 

163 Barclay, Mrs. George New York City. 

164 Barclay, John A Philadelphia. 

165 Barclay, Miss M. A Saratoga Springs. 

166 Barker, David New York City. 

167 Barker, Mrs. David New York City. 

168 Barker, R. D ' Macon, Miss. 

169 Barlay, A New Orleans, La. 

170 Barlow, Timothy New York City. 

171 Barlow, William • Ornaburgh, N. Y. 

172 Barnard, Cora Albany. 

173 Barnard, D. D Albany. 

174 Barnard, R. J Sheffield, Mass. 

175 Barnard, Sarah Albany. 

176 Barnes, Albert Philadelphia. 

177 Barnes, Miss Susan Pane New York City. 

178 Barney, John Baltimore. 

179 Barnum, Ephraim K Vermont. 

180 Barre, E. L New York City. 

181 Barre, L Saratoga. 

182 Barrow, Alexander Louisiana. 

183 Barrow, Robert H New Orleans. 

184 Barrow, Robert J Louisiana. 

185 Barrus, H. G Boston. 

186 Barry, Garrett Saratoga. 

187 Barry, Robert T Washington, D. C. 

188 Barry, Samuel Saratoga. 

189 Barry, Mrs. Samuel Saratoga. 

190 Bartlet, Richard New York City. 

191 Bartlett, Edward New York City. 

192 Bartlett, Elisker Boston. 

193 Bartlett, Thomas Boston. 

194 Bartlett, Washington A Saratoga. 

195 Bartol, James L Baltimore. 

196 Barton, William Miscellaneous. 

197 Bastianelli, Titus Philadelphia. 

198 Bates, Isaac C Boston. 

199 Bates, James M Bedford, Westchester Co. 

200 Bates, John Seymour New York City. 

201 Bates, Robert B New York City. 

202 Battelle, C New York City. 

203 Batty, William B New York City. 

204 Bayard, Mrs. Richard H Wilmington, Del. 

205 Bayley, Annie M New York City. 

206 Bayne, Arameta Washington, D. C. 

207 Bayne, Eliza J Washington, D. C. 

208 Beach, Mrs. M. L Charleston, S. Ca. 

209 Beach, "William A Saratoga Springs. 

210 Beadle, E. R New Orleans. 

211 Bear, John Baltimore. 

212 Beaujeu, Mary New York City. 

213 Beck, Charles F Philadelphia. 

214 Beck, John B New York City. 



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215 Beebe, Mrs. Jane .New York City. 

216 Behn, Amelie New Orleans. 

217 Behn, James B. (2) New Orleans. 

218 Belknap, S. F Concord, Mass. 

219 Bell, John B New York City. 

220 Bell, Samuel Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

231 Bell, William Louisville, Ky. 

222 Belmont, August New York City. 

223 Beman, Louisa . . Troy, N. Y. 

224 Beman, Nathan Troy, N. Y. 

225 Bencher, Abraham Washington, D. C. 

226 Benedict, Daniel L Saratoga Springs. 

227 Benedict, Mrs. Daniel L Saratoga Springs. 

228 Benedict, Krasius C New York City. 

229 Benedict, M. A New York City. 

230 Benedict, Mr Saratoga. 

231 Benedict, Rowell G Boston. 

232 Benedict, W. P. Louisville, Ky. 

233 Benezet, Philip Philadelphia. 

234 Benham, Ada Louisa Alexandria, D. C. 

235 Benham, Mary Louisa Alexandria, D. C. 

236 Benjamin, Charles Demerara. 

237 Benjamin, Mrs. Charles Demerara. 

238 Benjamin, Theodore L Boston. 

239 Benne, Francis Hamburg, N. Y. 

240 Bennett, James M Philadelphia. 

241 Bennett, Theo. B Charleston, S. Ca. 

242 Benson, Eliza Miscellaneous. 

243 Benson, Henry Miscellaneous. 

244 Benson, J New York City. 

245 Benson, John M Saratoga. 

246 Benson, Mr New York. 

247 Benson, Mrs New York. 

248 Bent, Geo. C Boston. 

249 Bent, Mrs. George C Boston. 

250 Bents, Mrs. Joseph New York City. 

251 Berdun, Mrs. C. Francis New York City. 

252 Bergh, Edwin New York City. 

253 Bergh, Mrs. Edwin New York City. 

254 Berhard, Alexander Boston. 

255 Berhard, L. Cornelius Boston. 

256 Bernard, J. G Saratoga. 

257 Barratt, Jas. G Miscellaneous. 

258 Berry, Charles C Brooklyn, N. Y. . 

259 Berry, Morris M Utica, N. Y. 

260 Berti, Anselmo Baltimore. 

261 Berti, Signora Anselmo Baltimore. 

262 Berti, Candide .Baltimore. 

263 Berti, Olimpia Baltimore. 

264 Berti, Rosina Baltimore. 

265 Betts, Royston Baltimore. 

266 Beylle, Augustus Philadelphia. 

267 Bibby, Gouverneur S New York City. 

268 Bibby, Maria K New York City. 

269 Biddle, Henry J. Philadelphia. 

270 Biddle, James S New York City. 



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271 Bidwell, Marshall Saratoga. 

272 Bidwell, Walter W Philadelphia. 

273 Bigelow, Alpheus Weston Middlesex, Mass. 

274 Bigelow, Andrews Taunton, Mass. 

275 Bigelow, Mrs. Andrews Taunton, Mass. 

276 Big-elow, Charles Henry Boston. 

277 Big-elow, George Tyler Boston. 

278 Bigelow, John T. Boston. 

278^2 Billings, Amos New York City. 

279 Billings, Joseph H Roxbury, Mass. 

280 Billings, Mr. N New London, Conn. 

281 Biiings, Mrs. N New London, Conn. 

282 Bishop, E. H New Haven, Conn. 

283 Bispham, Charles Mt. Holly, N. J. 

284 Bispham, W. W Philadelphia. 

285 Bittinger, Eden C Washington, D. C. 

286 Blaehe, A. New Orleans. 

287 Blackwell, Baltimore. 

288 Blagdem, George Washington, D. C. 

289 Blagden, G. W Boston. 

290 Blair, Francis Preston Washington, D. C. 

291 Blake, Edward Boston. 

292 Blake, Mrs. Edward Boston. 

293 Blake, George S Philadelphia. 

294 Blake, John New York City. 

295 Blake, J., Jr Alexandria, Va. 

296 Blanchard, William S Cincinnati, Ohio. 

297 Bliss, Elam New York City. 

298 ' Bliss, George Springfield, Mass. 

299 Bliss, W. W. S New York City. 

300 Blondel, William New York City. 

301 Blossom, William Canandaigua, N. Y. 

302 Blunt, A. Bowdile W New York City. 

303 Blunt, Eliza S New York City. 

304 Blunt, George W New York City. 

305 Boardman, Andrew New York City. 

306 Boardman, Charles H Philadelphia. 

307 Boardman, H. A Philadelphia. 

308 Boardman, Mrs. H. A Philadelphia. 

309 Boardman, Henry A., Jr Philadelphia. 

310 Boardman, John lr Philadelphia. 

311 Boardman, Mary Jones Philadelphia. 

312 Boardman, William W. New Haven, Conn. 

313 Bodley, H. T Lexington, Ky. 

314 Bogert, Cornelius R New York City. 

315 Bogert, S. V. R Geneva, N. Y. 

316 Bogert, "William J New York City. 

317 Boisaubin, A Morristown, N. J. 

318 Bolles, Jno A Boston. 

319 Bolton, William Compton Saratoga. 

320 Bomford, Mrs. B. C Washington, D. C. 

321 Bomford, George Washington, T>. C. 

322 Bomford, George C Washington, D. C. 

323 Bomford, H Washington, D. C. 

324 Bomford, Bliss R Washington, D. C. 

325 Bond, Alvam Norwich, Conn. 



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326 Bonfanti, Gins di Milano, Italy. 

327 Bonneville, L. de Paris, France. 

328 Bond, Widow Southey New York City. 

329 Bounin, William Wingfield New Orleans. 

330 Booth, Washington Baltimore. 

331 Boott, Kirk Boston. 

332 Bonden, Andrew New York City. 

333 Borden, Edward P Philadelphia. 

334 Bordley, J. Beale Baltimore. 

335 Borghese, Edward Baltimore. 

336 Bostwick, Charles Byron New York City. 

337 Bostwick, Elizabeth W Burlington, Vt. 

338 Bostwick, W. M South Carolina. 

339 Botts, John Minor Richmond, Va. 

340 Bowers, George P New Orleans. 

341 Bowie, R. Ashhurst Philadelphia. 

342 Bowlis, Nathias Maria Saratoga. 

343 Bowman, N Prancisville, La. 

344 Boyce, Captain Washing-ton, D. C. 

345 Boyd, George William, Jr New York City. 

346 Boyd, Lynn Trigg Co., Ky. 

347 Boyd, William New York City. 

34S Boyd, Mrs. William New York City. 

349 Brackett, Mrs. E Philadelphia. 

350 Bradbury, C. W New Orleans. 

351 Bradbury, James New Orleans. 

352 Bradbury, Josephine New Orleans. 

353 Bradbury, Mary Anne New Orleans. 

354 Bradford, G. S Worcester Co., Mass. 

355 Bradford, Olive D Plainfield, N. J. 

356 Bradley, J. N Boston. 

357 Bradley, Thomas Dukes Co., Mass. 

358 Bradley, William A Washington, D. C. 

359 Bradshaw, Andrew' Boston. 

360 Bradshaw, Laura Hall Boston. 

361 Brady, Hugh Pennsylvania. 

362 Brander, Heslop G New York City. 

363 Brantz, Lewis (2) Baltimore. 

364 Brasier, E. F New Orleans. 

365 Brayant, Henry Boston. 

366 Breckenridge, Henry M Pittsburgh. 

367 Breed, James E Louisville, Ky. 

368 Breed, Mary Kemp Louisville, Ky. 

369 Breed, Mrs. Persis N Louisville, Ky. 

370 Breese, William G Cincinnati, Ohio. 

371 Breese, Mrs. William G Cincinnati, Ohio. 

372 Bremen, T. S. (2) Miscellaneous. 

373 Brent, Kate Washington, D. C. 

374 Brice, William N Baltimore. 

375 Brlggs, Adele B Philadelphia. 

376 Briggs, Eliza Philadelphia. 

377 Briggs, Mrs. Lousia Philadelphia. 

378 Brigham, John C New York City. 

379 Brigham, L,. H Boston. 

380 Brigham, William Boston. 

381 Brill, Robert Philadelphia. 



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382 Brimley, George Boston. 

383 Broadhurst, H. M Saratoga. 

384 Brock-way, John H Ellington, Conn. 

385 Bronson, Tracy Newton Trumbull, Ohio. 

386 Brookhcuse, Agnes M Boston. 

3S7 Brooks, Chauncey Baltimore. 

388 Brooks, Henry New York City. 

389 Brooks, Mrs. Henry New York City. 

390 Brooks, Jonathan Boston. 

391 Brooks, Samuel R New York City. 

392 Brooks, Mrs. Samuel R New York City. 

393 Brooks, Sidney New York City. 

394 Brown, Albert Gallatin Jackson, Miss. 

395 Brown, Carolina E Boston. 

396 Brown, Charles H Saratoga. 

397 Brown, Mrs. Charles H Saratoga. 

398 Brown, Prances Miscellaneous. 

399 Brown, James New Orleans. 

400 Brown, John Carter Providence, R. I. 

401 Brown, Samuel Gilman Dartmouth, Mass. 

402 Browne, Alexander Philadelphia. 

403 Browne, R. D New York City. 

404 Browne, F. B. E Hunts ville, Ala. 

405 Browne, G. S Washington, D. C. 

406 Browne, George W New York City. 

407 Browne, J. S Saratoga. 

408 Browne, M. B Philadelphia. 

409 Browne, Sarah A New York. 

410 Browning, Mr New York City. 

411 Bruce, Robert New Orleans. 

412 Bruce, William Jerome New Orleans. 

413 Brueys, F New Orleans. 

414 Brueys, Henri New Orleans. 

415 Brumeid, Thomas Philadelphia. 

416 Brundred, Mary Anne New York City. 

417 Brune, William Henry Baltimore. 

418 Brunei, Frederick A., Jr Havana, Cuba. 

419 Brunei, Madam Maris Oliver Havana, Cuba. 

420 Bryan, Joseph H Alabama. 

421 Bryant, John, Jr Boston. 

422 Bryant, Mrs. John, Jr , Boston. 

423 Buckingham, Eliza C Norwich, Conn. 

424 Bucklin, Julia Andres Troy, N. Y. 

425 Bucklin, Eunice Troy, N. Y. 

426 Budd, Henry Philadelphia. 

427 Buel, David, Jr Troy, N. Y. 

428 Buell, Phineas L Washington, D. C. 

429 Bujac, Alfred Philadelphia. 

430 Bujac, M. J Philadelphia. 

431 Bull, Mrs. H. F. ? Wm. H. F New York City. 

432 Bull, Jirch New York City. 

433 Bullard, Charles Boston. 

434 Bullard, Henry B New Orleans. 

435 Bun, Hudson S Philadelphia. 

436 Bunch, Robert New York City. 

437 Bunnell, Edwin F Boston. 



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438 Bunnell, Mrs Boston. 

439 Buntin, S. F Newburyport, Mass. 

440 Buraco, J. C Philadelphia. 

441 Burge, William England. 

442 Burgnyn, Henry K Roanoke, N. Ca. 

443 Burgwyn, J. Collenson Roanoke, N. Ca. 

444 Burke, Edmund Newport, N. H. 

445 Burke, G New Orleans. 

446 Burnap, G. William Baltimore. 

447 Burnap, Mrs. G. William Baltimore. 

448 Burnside, Samuel M Worcester, Mass. 

449 Burr, David H New York City. 

450 Burr, Edwin New York City. 

451 Burroughs, Caroline Boston, Mass. 

452 Burroughs, Charles Portsmouth, N. H. 

453 Burroughs, Eliza Camden, N. J. 

454 Burroughs, George Boston. 

455 Burroughs, Master G Camden, N. J. 

456 Burroughs, Henry, Jr Camden, N. J. 

457 Burroughs, Henry Boston. 

45S Burroughs, Mrs. Henry (2) Camden, N. J. 

459 Burroughs, Mary Boston. 

460 Burroughs, Mrs Camden, N. J. 

461 Burroughs, Rebecca Boston. 

462 Burruss, John W Woodville, Miss. 

463 Burt, Nathaniel H Philadelphia. 

464 Burton, Eliza. E Philadelphia. 

465 Burton, Gideon Philadelphia. 

466 Burton, John Philadelphia. 

467 Burton, Mary A Philadelphia. 

468 Burton, Rebecca P Philadelphia. 

469 Bush, George New York City. 

470 Bush, James P Boston. 

471 Bush, Mary Boston. 

472 Bush, Samuel L Boston. 

473 Bushby, Marteo Syracuse. 

474 Bussey, Judith Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

475 Butler, Mrs. Benjamin. Wife of At- 

torney Gen. of U. S Albany. 

476 Butler, Little Daughter Albany. 

477 Butler, David Troy, N. Y. 

478 Butler, Harriet Troy, N. Y. 

479 Butler, James Lawrence (2) Troy, N. Y. 

4S0 Butler, Sampson H S. Carolina. 

481 Butler, William Orlando Carrollton, Ky. 

482 Butt, Antoinette C New York City. 

483 Byrne, J. P New Orleans. 

484 Byrne, Thomas New Orleans. 

c 

485 Cabot, Edward C Boston. 

486 Cabot, Mrs/ Edward C Boston. 

487 Cabot, Miss E. P Boston. 

488 Cabot, Louis Boston. 

489 Cabot, Samuel Boston. 



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490 Cabot, Mrs. Samuel Boston. 

491 Cabot, Sarah Boston. 

491^ Cadwalder, Henry Boston. 

492 Cahoone, William New York City. 

493 Cahoone, Mrs. William New York City. 

494 Cahoone, William, Jr New York City. 

495 Caldwell, Ii. D Lexington, Va. 

496 Caldwell, Charles Louisville, Ky. 

497 Caldwell, Thomas L. Louisville, Ky. 

498 Calhoun, James S Georgia. 

499 Calhoun, John Caldwell Abbey ville, S. Ca. 

500 Callaghan, Patrick New York City. 

501 Callendar, Charles J Boston. 

502 Callendar, William New York City. 

503 Calye, Nicolino New York City. 

504 Camp, H. B Hartford, Conn. 

505 Camp, Mrs. H. B Hartford, Conn. 

506 Campbell, Andrew Baltimore. 

507 Campbell, Brayton A New York City. 

508 Campbell, Mrs. B. N Baltimore. 

509 Campbell, Colin South Carolina. 

510 Campbell, Hugh Philadelphia. 

511 Campbell, Mrs. H. M Saratoga. 

512 Campbell, James C Boston. 

513 Campbell, Jane Violetta New York City. 

514 Campbell, John Parnassus, Pa. 

515 Campbell, Mary Philadelphia. 

516 Campbell, Mrs. W New York City. 

517 Gammack, Mr New Orleans. 

518 Carleton, George J Boston. 

519 Carlisle, George Cincinnati, Ohio. 

520 Carmiehael, Mrs. D Fredericksburg, Va. 

521 Carmiehael, Mr. T. J Ossining, N. Y. 

522 Carmiehael, Mrs. T. J Mt. Pleasant, West'ter, N. Y. 

523 Carmiehael, William M Hempstead, L. I. 

524 Carmiehael, Rev. W Miscellaneous. 

525 Carol, Fidel Mantazas, Cuba. 

526 Carpender, Jacob S New York City. 

527 Carpenter, Widow Benjamin Cambridge, Mass. 

52S Carr, Edward Philadelphia. 

529 Carriere, Leopold New Orleans. 

530 Carrington, Edward Providence, R. I. 

531 Carrol, Daniel Baltimore. 

532 Carrol, Daniel Washington. 

533 Carrol, William Washington. 

534 Carroll, Nicholas New York City. 

535 Caroll, Mrs. Nicholas New York City. 

536 Carroll, Thomas B Troy, N. Y. 

537 Carson, James Kingston, Jamaica. 

53S Carson, Mrs. James Kingston, Jamaica. 

539 Carter, Addison B Virginia. 

540 Carter, Mrs. George D Troy, N. Y. 

541 Carter, Mrs. James Boston. 

542 Carter, John Georgetown, D. C. 

543 Carvellio, S. M Charleston, S. Ca. 

544 Cary, Anne Boston. 



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545 Cary, Carolina Boston. 

546 Cary, Eliza. C Boston. 

547 Cary, Emma Boston. 

548 Cary Gertrude Cambridge, Mass. 

549 Cary, Grace Cambridge, Mass. 

550 Cary, John L, Baltimore. 

551 Cary, Miss M. L Boston. 

552 Cary, Richard Boston. 

553 Cary, Sarah Boston. 

554 Cary, Thomas G Boston. 

555 Cary, Mrs. Thomas G., Sr Boston. 

556 Cary, Thomas G., Jr Boston. 

557 Cary, Mrs. William Cambridge, Mass. 

558 Casey, Zadok Casey ville, 111. 

559 Casing, Sam . .New York City. 

560 Casing, Mrs. Sam New York City. 

561 Castein, Victor New Orleans. 

562 Catlin, Helen D Troy, N. Y. 

563 Cespedes, Rosa de Havana, Cuba. 

564 Chad wick, Christopher G Boston. 

565 Chambers, Emma Josephine New Orleans. 

566 Chambers, James R New Orleans. 

567 Chambers, Mary New Orleans. 

568 Chambers, Sidney New Orleans. 

569 Chambers, William H New Orleans. 

570 Champion, A. S Troy, N. Y. 

571 Champion, Aiest Troy, N. Y. 

572 Chance, William, Jr New York City. 

573 Chancey, Henry New York City. 

574 Chanementet, Lucien New Orleans. 

575 Chandler, William Washington, D. C. 

576 Chanler, M Charleston, S. Ca. 

577 Chanler, Mrs New York City. 

578 Chanler, Margaret New York City. 

579 Channay, Henry Saratoga. 

580 Channing, Henry William New York City. 

581 Channing, Roscoe H New York City. 

5S2 Channing, Mrs. R. G Boston. 

583 Chapin, Lorin D New York City. 

584 Chaplain, Ed-ward K Natchez, Miss. 

5S5 Chapman, Hummer R Boston. 

586 Chapman, Mrs. Hummer R Boston. 

587 Chapman, Eliza. W. B Boston. 

588 Chapman, Emily Washington, D. C. 

589 Chapman, Helen M Washington, D. C. 

590 Chapman, Henry P New York City. 

591 Chapman, Jane Eliza. C Boston. 

592 Chapman, John S Kentucky. 

593 Chapman, Jonathan Boston. 

594 Chapman, Jonathan, Jr. Boston. 

595 Chapman, Mrs. Jonathan Boston. 

596 Chapman, Maria Weston Boston. 

597 Chapman, Virginia Washington, D. C. 

598 Chase, Charles Henry Boston. 

599 Chase, George Bigelow Boston. 

600 Chase, Nelson Boston. 



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601 Chase, Theodore Boston. 

602 Chase, Mrs. Theodore (Clarissa A.) .Boston. 

603 Chase, Theodore, Jr Boston. 

604 Chauncey, Charles W Washington, D. C. 

605 Chauncey, J. L Washington, D. C. 

606 Chauncey, K. L Washington, D. C. 

607 Chauncey, Maria Washington, D. C. 

608 Chauncey, Mary Washington, D. C. 

609 Chauncey, P. S Washington, D. C. 

610 Cheltama, Mr Amsterdam, N. Y. 

611 Cheltama, Mrs Amsterdam, N. Y. 

612 Cherbonnier, Alida Baltimore. 

613 Cherbonnier, Corine Baltimore. 

614 Cherbonnier, Pierre Baltimore. 

615 Cherbonnier, Madame Pierre Baltimore. 

616 Cherbonnier, Victor Baltimore. 

617 Chesborough, Isaac M Providence, R. I. 

618 Chesborough, Mrs. Isaac M Providence, R. I. 

619 Chester, A. T Saratoga Springs. 

620 Chester, Mrs. A. T Saratoga Springs. 

621 Chester, C. H Schuylerville, N. Y. 

622 Chester, Miss E. H Burlington, N. J. 

623 Chester, John Detroit, Mich. 

624 Chester, Mrs. John Troy, N. Y. 

625 Chester, Joseph L New York City. 

626 Chester, Master Troy, N. Y. 

627 Chester, Miss Burlington, N. J. 

628 Chester, (No Name) Troy, N. Y. 

629 Chester, Miss M. W Burlington, N. J. 

631 Chew, Benjamin Germantown, Pa. 

632 Chew, R. L, Washington, D. C. 

633 Child, D. William Boston. 

634 Childe, John Albany. 

635 Childe, Laura Albany. 

636 Childe, Selina ? Albany. 

637 Childs, Mrs. S New York City. 

638 Chillas, David Philadelphia. 

639 Chipman, Henry Boston. 

640 Chiselbro, W. G Canandaigua, N. Y. 

641 Chisholm, John Philadelphia. 

642 Chitterden, Thomas C Adams, N. Y. 

643 Chooet, Abraham Miscellaneous. 

644 Chouning, John C New York. 

645 Christ, E. JT New York City. 

646 Christ, George New York City. 

647 Chur, J Natchez, Miss. 

648 Church, Henry L Troy, N. Y. 

649 Church, Joseph M Skaneateles, N. Y. 

650 Church, Myron N Troy, N. Y. 

651 Claghorn, Thomas Philadelphia. 

652 Clapp, Agnes New Orleans. 

653 Clapp, Alexander Hamilton Boston. 

654 Clapp, Mr Albany. 

655 Clapp, T Ravenswood, R. I. 

656 Clapp, Theodore New Orleans. 

657 Clark, J Maine. 



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658 Clark, Brother of J Maine. 

659 Clark, Josephine Maria Maine. 

660 Clark, Mary Lee New Jersey. 

661 Clark, Susan Maine. 

662 Clark, Z Troy. 

663 Clarke, Augustus Boston. 

664 Clarke, Mrs. Augustus Boston. 

665 Clarke, C. M Roanoke, N. C. 

666 Clarke, Mrs. C. M. (E. L.) Roanoke, N. C. 

667 Clarke, Eliza Miscellaneous. 

668 Clarke, F New Orleans. 

669 Clarke, John Saratoga Springs. 

670 Clarke, Mrs. John Saratoga Springs. 

671 Clarke, J. Theo Saratoga Springs. 

672 Clarke, Leicester M Fairfield, N. Y. 

673 Clark, Lot Fairfield, N. Y. 

674 Clarke, T Saratoga Springs. 

675 Clarkson, C. S Cincinnati, Ohio. 

676 Clason, A. W New York City. 

677 Clavenger, Theobold G. Vale Cincinnati, Ohio. 

678 Clay, Clement Alabama. 

679 Clay, Henry Lexington, Ky. 

680 Clay, William New York City. 

681 Clephane, James Washington, D. C. 

682 Clephane, Louis Washington, D. C. 

683 Cleveland, Augustus New York City. 

684 Clifford, George Odriard New Orleans. 

685 Cliffton, C. W Jackson, Miss. 

686 Clifton, Cecelia Baltimore. 

687 Clintsman, James CD Philadelphia. 

688 Clinton, Augusta New York City. 

689 Clinton, Catherine S New York City. 

690 Clinton, Charles A New York City. 

691 Clinton, Mrs. Charles A New York City. 

692 Clinton, Franklin New York City. 

693 Clinton, Marion Franklin New York City. 

694 Clynch, D. L St. Mary's, Ga. 

695 Coale, Samuel Chase Baltimore. 

696 Coall, George B Baltimore. 

697 Coan, A New Orleans. 

698 Coburn, Joseph Philadelphia. 

699 Cochrane, Mrs. A New York City. 

700 Coddington, J. J., Jr New York City. 

701 Coercroft, James New York City. 

702 Coffin, George William (2) Boston. 

703 Coffin, James D Boston. 

704 Coffin, Mary Augustus New York City. 

705 Coffin, Nathaniel W Boston. 

706 Coffin, William S Boston. 

707 Cohen, A New Orleans. 

708 Cohen, Joshua J Baltimore. 

709 Coindreau, Alphonse Boston. 

710 Coit, Adelaide Johnson New York City. 

711 Coit, Benjamin B New York City. 

712 Coit, Mrs. Benjamin B New York City. 

713 Coit, Henry A New York City. 



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714 Coit, Benjamin B., Jr New York City. 

715 Colby, H. G. O New Bedford, Mass. 

716 Cole, Lyman Philadelphia. 

717 Cole, Thomas New York City. 

71S Colegate, James Washington. 

719 Colen, John H Copenhagen, Denmark. 

720 Coles, L,. C New York City. 

721 Collamore, A. F Boston. 

722 Collier, John Binghampton, N. Y. 

723 Collier, Mrs. John Binghampton, N. Y. 

724 Collins, George B New York City. 

725 Collis, George Whitemore New York City. 

726 Collis, John H New York City. 

727 Collyer, Robert H New Orleans. 

728 Colman, Henry Massachusetts. 

729 Colt, John Oliver Baltimore. 

730 Comstock, Ann Rebecca Philadelphia. 

731 Condit, Jonathan B Portland, Me. 

732 Condit, Joseph D South Hadley, Mass. 

733 Cone, George B W. Poulteney, Vt. 

734 Conrad, William K Philadelphia. 

735 Conrotte, Pierre de la New Orleans. 

736 Constantin, T. K Bordeaux, Prance. 

737 Cook, Edward P New York City. 

738 Cook, Henry William Baltimore. 

739 Cook, Mrs. Henry William Baltimore. 

740 Cook, Isaac P Baltimore. 

741 Cook, Nelson Saratoga Springs. 

742 Cook, Mrs. Nelson Saratoga Springs. 

743 Cook, Samuel C Philadelphia. 

744 Cook, William A New York City. 

745 Cooke, A. S New York City. 

746 Cooke, Mrs. Edward London, England. 

747 Cooke, Joseph Saratoga. 

748 Cooke, Ranson Saratoga. 

749 Coolidge, C. Austin Boston. 

750 Coolidge, Miss H. T. A Boston. 

751 Coolidge, Mrs Boston. 

752 Cooper, Alfred Philadelphia. 

753 Cooper, Almira H Philadelphia. 

754 Cooper, B. C Philadelphia. 

755 Cooper, Elizabeth Philadelphia. 

756 Cooper, Ezekiel Philadelphia. 

757 Cooper, Hannah Philadelphia. 

75S Cooper, James B Philadelphia. 

759 Cooper, Mark A Columbus, Ga. 

760 Cooper, Rebecca Philadelphia. 

761 Cooper, Miss R. M Philadelphia. 

762 Copcutt, Francis England. 

763 Copp, Samuel St. Louis, Mo. 

764 Corbin, Wade L New York City. 

765 Corey, John A Saratoga. 

766 Cornell, Mrs. A New York City. 

767 Cornell, Charles R New York City. 

768 Cornell, George J New York City. 

769 Cornell, Robert New York City. 



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Coryell, S. S Philadelphia. 

Coster, Washington New York City. 

Cotting, Amos Boston. 

Cotting, Amos, Jr Boston. 

Cotting, Charles Boston. 

Cotting, David Boston. 

Cotting, Francis Boston. 

Cowing, Henry New York City. 

Cox, Louisa C. B Troy, N. Y. 

Cox, Richard Troy, N. Y. 

Cox, Sam. Hanson New York City. 

Cox, William A Trenton, N. J. 

Coycault, Ernestine New Orleans. 

Coyer, C. F New York City. 

Coyne, Joseph Providence, R. I. 

Cozzens, George H Saratoga. 

786 Craig, Joseph New York. 

7S7 Craig, Mrs. Joseph New York. 

7SS Craikbon, Joseph Boston. 

7S9 Cranch, William Charles Washington, D. C. 

790 Cranch, William G Washington, D. C. 

791 Crawford, Annie Philadelphia. 

792 Crawford, A. McLeod Philadelphia. 

793 Crawford, J. Agnew Philadelphia. 

794 Crawford, Martha E Baltimore. 

795 Crawford, Miss Margaret M Philadelphia. 

796 Crawford, Miss M. W Philadelphia. 

797 Crawford, Robert Saratoga. 

79S Crawford, Samuel "William Philadelphia. 

799 Crawford, Mrs. S. William Philadelphia. 

800 Crawford, William, Jr Baltimore. 

801 Crawford, William C Baltimore. 

802 Crerar, John New York City. 

803 Crerar, Peter New York City. 

804 Creyon, A. J Philadelphia. 

805 Crist, Abraham New York City. 

806 Crocker, William A Taunton, Mass. 

807 Crocker, Mrs. William A Taunton, Mass. 

808 Croghan, G. Louisville, Ky. 

809 Crolius, Clarkson Miscellaneous. 

810 Croon, W. W Florida. 

811 Crosby, Sarah H Bangor, Me. 

812 Crossman, George H Boston. 

813 Croswell, "William Auburn Co., N. Y. 

814 Crowninshield, Mrs. G. C Boston. 

815 Cruft, Edward Louisville. 

816 Cullum, George W Pennsylvania. 

817 Crammings, John G New York City. 

818 Cummings, Mrs. John New York City. 

819 Cummings, Rufus K Boston. 

820 Cummings, T. S New York City. 

821 Cummins, H. B Philadelphia. 

822 Cummins, George Smyrna, Del. 

823 Cummins, Mrs. George Smyrna, Del. 

824 Cummins, Mary Philadelphia. 

825 Cumpston, Edward H New York City. 



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826 Cumpston, Mrs. Edward H New York City. 

827 Cunningham, Jane Belfast, Ireland. 

828 Curtis, Charles P Boston. 

829 Curtis, Mrs. Charles P Boston. 

830 Curtis, Charles P., Jr Boston. 

831 Curtis, George T Boston. 

832 Curtis, H. P Boston. 

833 Curtis, Roderick Saratoga. 

834 Curtis, Thomas J Boston. 

835 Cushing, Eliza. C Boston. 

836 Cushing, John Gardiner Boston. 

837 Cushing, Joseph, Jr Baltimore. 

838 Cushing, Robert M Boston. 

839 Cushing, Thomas P Boston. 

840 Cushman, Mrs. Alexander New York City. 

841 Cushman, Edward F New York City. 

842 Cushman, R. W Boston. 

843 Cuthbert, William H Charleston, S. C. 

844 Cutler, B. C Brooklyn, N. Y. 

845 Cutler, Curtis Peterboro, N. H. 

846 Cutter, William New York City. 

847 Cuyler, M Washington, D. C. 

D 

848 Dale, John B Saratoga. 

849 Dallas, Alexander J Philadelphia. 

850 Dallas, A. J., Jr Boston. 

851 Dallas, A. James Miscellaneous. 

852 Dallas, George M Philadelphia. 

853 Dalman, Josephine Lafayette New Orleans. 

854 Dalman, Peter New Orleans. 

855 Dalman, Susan Ann New Orleans. 

856 Dalmany, Slave New Orleans. 

857 Dane, Captain Washington, D. C. 

858 Danforth, Joshua Alexandria, D. C. 

859 Daniel, Anne Richmond, Va. 

860 Daniel, Miss E. R Richmond, Va. 

861 Daniel, T. H Richmond, Va. 

862 Davenport, Charles F New York City. 

863 David, John D Pittsburg. 

864 Davidge, T. H Baltimore. 

865 Davidge, W. D Baltimore. 

866 Davidge, Lionel New York City. 

867 Davies, Mrs. Wendell Thornton . . .Boston. 

868 Davies, Thomas S New York City. 

869 Davis, A. B Baltimore. 

870 Davis, D Concord, N. H. 

871 Davis, David Boston. 

872 Davis, Frank B Boston. 

873 Davis, George New York City. 

874 Davis, Henry R. T Philadelphia. 

875 Davis, H. T Boston. 

876 Davis, Isaac P Boston. 

877 Davis, John New Orleans. 

878 Davis, John Boston. 



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879 Davis, Mrs. J. B Philadelphia. 

880 Davis, John R Baltimore. 

881 Davis, Mrs. J. W Boston. 

882 Davis, John William Boston. 

S83 Davis, Mathew L, . New York City. 

884 Davis, Nathaniel M Plymouth, Mass. 

885 Davis, Rebecca Boston. 

886 Davis, Robert S Boston. 

887 Davis, Samuel C Washing-ton, D. C. 

888 Davis, William Plymouth, Mass. 

889 Davis, William N Boston. 

890 Davis, W. Watson Boston. 

891 Davison, G. M Saratoga Springs. 

892 Dawson, William C Greensboro, Ga. 

893 Day, Mrs. Benjamin New York City. 

894 Day, Catherine Albert France. 

895 Day, George E New Haven, Conn. 

896 Dayton, A. O Washington, D. C. 

897 Dayton, Elias B. (2) New York City. 

898 Dean, Ebenezer Boston. 

899 Deane, Charles Boston. 

900 Deas, Fitzallen Washington, D. C. 

901 De Bawn, Mrs. Abraham New York City. 

902 De Buys, Adele New Orleans. 

903 De Buys, Felicie New Orleans. 

904 Decatur, Andrew Jackson Philadelphia. 

905 Decatur, Anne P Philadelphia. 

906 Decatur, Chana Philadelphia. 

907 Decatur, Mrs. J. P. (Susan) Philadelphia. 

90S Decatur, Stevens Philadelphia. 

909 Decatur, Susan Philadelphia. 

910 Deeble, Edward Washington, D. C. 

911 Deemes, Charles M. P New York City. 

912 De Forest, John New Orleans. 

913 De Forest, Lockwood New York City. 

914 De Kay, Henry New York City. 

915 De Kay, James E New York City. 

916 D.elafield, Clarence New York City. 

917 Delaunay, Jules New Orleans. 

918 Delevan, Edward C Saratoga. 

919 Delgrat, Fanny New York City. 

920 Delgrat, Henrietta New York City. 

921 Delgrat, John C New York City. 

922 Delgrat, John Charles New York City. 

923 Delgrat, James Stewart New York City. 

924 Delgrat, Margaret New York City. 

925 Delsaa, Mrs. John Philadelphia. 

926 Denn, J. A New York City. 

927 De Mang, Henry C ,. . .New York City. 

928 Deming, E New York City. 

929 Denike, Willitt New York City. 

930 Denison, R. S New York City. 

931 Denison, Mrs. R. S New York City. 

932 Dennett, William H Boston. 

933 Dennis, E. C Auburn, N. Y. 

934 Dennis, Edward P Saratoga. 



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935 Denny, Daniel Boston. 

936 Denny, Mrs. Daniel Boston. 

937 Denny, George Westboro, Mass. 

938 Denny, John Tappan New York City. 

939 Denny, Mrs. Thomas New York City. 

940 Denny, Thomas, Jr New York City. 

941 De Pass, J. M Louisville, Ky. 

942 De Pestre, Ed Matanzas, Cuba. 

943 Derby, R. C Washington, D. C. 

944 Derby, Richard C Boston. 

945 Derby, Elias Haskett Boston. 

946 Derby, Mrs. Elias Haskett Boston. 

947 Dermott, Mrs. A. R Washing-ton, D. C. 

948 Devereux, John C, Jr Utica, N. Y. 

949 Dewel, Jane Eliza Saratoga Springs. 

950 Dewey, Sam New York City. 

951 Dewitt, William H Albany. 

952 Dexter, Anne Boston. 

953 Dexter, James Albany. 

954 Dexter, Catherine Boston. 

955 Dexter, E. C Auburn, N. Y. 

956 Dexter, George M Boston. 

957 Dexter, Thomas A Boston. 

958 Dexter, Mrs. Thomas A Boston. 

959 De Youx, Monsieur New Orleans. 

960 De Youx, Madame New Orleans. 

961 Dickinson, Elizabeth Troy. 

962 Dickinson, Mrs. John Troy. 

963 Didier, Edmund Baltimore. 

964 Didier, Mrs. Edmund Baltimore. 

965 Didier, Mary Baltimore. 

966 Didier, Master Baltimore. 

967 Diederichs, Robert New York City. 

968 Diller, Anna Dowington, Pa. 

969 Diller, Isaac R Dowington, Pa. 

970 Diller, Jonathan Dowington, Pa. 

971 Diller, Roland M Dowington, Pa. 

972 Dinsmore, Anna Jarvis Saratoga. 

973 Dixon, George Washington Philadelphia. 

974 Doane, James C Cohasset, Mass. 

975 Dobbyn, William A Philadelphia. 

976 Doly, James Wisconsin. 

977 Doly, Mrs. James Wisconsin. 

978 Domenech, Francisca Porto Rico. 

979 Donaldson, L Saratoga Springs. 

980 Donellan, R. C Washington, D. C. 

981 Dorman, Albert Washington, D. C. 

982 Dorr, Albert H Boston. 

983 Dorr, Samuel F New York City. 

954 Dorr, Susan E Boston. 

985 Dorsey, W. H Virginia. 

986 Dowling, Ed ! Saratoga. 

9S7 Dowling, Samuel W Saratoga. 

955 Dowling, Mrs. Samuel W Saratoga. 

989 Dowses, John Saratoga Springs. 

990 Downes, John, Jr Saratoga Springs. 



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991 Downes, Julia M Saratoga Springs. 

992 Drake, James Havana, Cuba. 

993 Drake, John New York City. 

994 Drake, Magdalen New York City. 

995 Draper, Fanny New York City. 

996 Draper, Mrs. G. H New York City. 

997 Draper, John Haggerty New York City. 

99S Draper, Mary New York City. 

999 Draper, Simeon New York City. 

1000 Draper, W. B New York City. 

1001 Du Bois, Cornelius New York City. 

1002 Du Bois, Edmund C Baltimore. 

1003 Du Bois, George Washington New York City. 

1004 Du Bois, Henry A New York City. 

1005 Du Bois, Nathaniel Washington, D. C. 

1006 Du Bois, Sarah Saratoga. 

1007 Du Colombier, Prosper Martin Virginia. 

100S Dudley, Colonel Cincinnati. 

1009 Duffiee, F. Harold Philadelphia. 

1010 Duffin, Charlotte E New Orleans. 

1011 Duffour, Cyprian New Orleans. 

1012 Du Four, Louis Dunkerque, France. 

1013 Dugan, Anna Philadelphia. 

1013^4 Dugan, Joseph Philadelphia. 

1014 Dumaresq, Mrs. James Boston. 

1015 Dumont, William New York City. 

1016 Dunbar, A. W New Orleans. 

1017 Duncan, Francesca A New Orleans. 

1018 Duncan, G. Currie New Orleans. 

1019 Duncan, H. P Natchez, Miss. 

1020 Duncan, Stephen Natchez, Miss. 

1021 Duncan, S. D Natchez, Miss. 

1022 Duncan, Samuel P Natchez, Miss. 

1023 Dunham, Harriet Louisa New York City. 

1024 Dunham, Margaret New York City. 

1025 Dunham, R. B New York City. 

1026 Dunham, W. F New York City. 

1027 Dunham, William S New York City. 

1028 Dunitry, Alexander Washington, D. C. 

1029 Dunlap, James Concordia, La. 

1030 Dunny, Pablo Santiago, Cuba. 

1031 Du Pan, F New Orleans. 

1032 Duval, Charles J Philadelphia. 

1033 Duel, Paulin New Orleans. 

1034 Duel, T New Orleans. 

1035 Dwight, Francis Albany. 

1036 Dwight, George Springfield, Mass. 

1037 Dwight, Mrs. George Springfield, Mass. 

1038 Dwight, Widow James Springfield, Mass. 

E 

1039 Eagle, Henry New York City. 

1040 Eagle, Mrs. Henry New York City. 

1041 Eagle, Matilda New York City. 

1042 Eagle, Robert Nelson New York City. 



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1043 Earhart, Samuel Natchez, Miss. 

1044 Earhart, William Natchez, Miss. 

1045 Earhart, Mrs. William and Infant. .Natchez, Miss. 

1046 Eason, James N Charleston, S. Ca. 

1047 Eastburn, Mrs. James New York City. 

104S Eaton, J. H Massachusetts. 

1049 Eaton, Lewis New York. 

1050 Ebaugh, John S New York. 

1051 Eckford, Mrs. Henry New York City. 

1052 Eckley, Arthur A Boston. 

1053 Eckley, David Boston. 

1054 Eckley, Fanny A Boston. 

1055 Eckley, William H. C Boston. 

1056 Eddy, E. C Saratoga Springs. 

1057 Edes, Peter New York City. 

1058 Edmond, Master Mobile, Ala. 

1059 Edmond, William Mobile, Ala. 

1060 Edmond, Mrs. William Mobile, Ala. 

1061 Edmondson, Dr. Thomas Baltimore. 

1062 Edmondston, P. M Charleston, S. Ca. 

1063 Edwards, Mrs. D. S Washington, D. C. 

1064 Edwards, Harriette Washington, D. C. 

1065 Edwards, James Washington, D. C. 

1066 Edwards, John Washington, D. C. 

1067 Edwards, Ja New Orleans. 

1068 Edwards, Lewis Washington, D. C. 

1069 Edwards, Lewis Washington, D. C. 

1070 Edwards, Mary Washington, D. C. 

1071 Edwards, S Washington, D. C. 

1072 Edwards, T. D Washington, D. C. 

1073 Eigenbrodt, William E Brainbridge. 

1074 Elam, James E New Orleans. 

1075 Elam, J. W New Orleans. 

1076 Eldridge, G. F Boston. 

1077 Eldridge, Mrs. P. A Boston. 

1078 Eliot, Frank E Washington, D. C. 

1079 Eliot, Samuel A Boston. 

1080 Ellicott, B. H Baltimore. 

1081 Elliott, Charles A Boston. 

1082 Ellis, Chiseldon Waterford, N. Y. 

1083 Ellis, G. A New Bedford, Mass. 

1084 Ellis,' John M Michigan. 

10S5 Ellison, Francis B Boston, 

1086 Ellsworth, Oliver Hartford, Conn. 

1087 Ely, Edward B Miscellaneous. 

1088 Embury, Anna Rissaud New York City. 

1089 Embury, Daniel New York City. 

1090 Emerson, Frederick Boston. 

1091 Emerson, Lucy B Boston. 

1092 Emlen, George, Jr Philadelphia. 

1093 Emlen, George Saratoga. 

1094 English, Adelaide New Orleans. 

1095 English, Thomas Dunn Philadelphia. 

1096 Erving, J Boston. 

1097 Erwin, H. C Lexington, Ky. 

1098 Erwin, Isaac Natchez, Miss. 



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1099 Espino, Guillermo Caracas, Venezuela. 

1100 Estes, Mrs. E. C Brooklyn. 

1101 Etienne, D. G Saratoga. 

1102 Etting, Reuben Philadelphia. 

1103 Euvrard, F Havre de Grace, Md. 

1104 Eustis, A. B Philadelphia. 

1105 Eustis, Mrs. A. B Philadelphia. 

1106 Eustis, F. A Philadelphia. 

1107 Eustis, Mrs. F. A Philadelphia. 

110S Eustis, W Washington, D. C. 

1109 Evans, Frederick William Baltimore. 

1110 Evans, George Maine. 

1111 Evans, Walter W New Brunswick, N. ^ 

1112 Everdell, Mrs. William New York City. 

1113 Everdell, Mr. William New York City. 

1114 Ewbank, Thomas New York City. 

1115 Ewing, Mrs. Cornelius Lansdale . . .Philadelphia. 

1116 Ewing, Hurbert Philadelphia. 

F 

1117 Fahnestock, Levi Baltimore. 

111S Faile, Miss A. D Westchester, N. Y. 

1119 Failoute, William S Newark, N. J. 

1120 Falconer, James H New York City. 

1121 Farley, Mrs. John Washington, D. C. 

1122 Farnswith, John C Saratoga. 

1123 Farrar, P. W New Orleans. 

1124 Farrell, J New Orleans. 

1125 Faxon, George >N Boston. 

1126 Fay, M. J Buffalo, N. Y. 

1127 Fearnhead, "William Betterville. 

1128 Feist, Michael Charles Frankfort, Germany. 

1129 Fell, Duncan C New York. 

1130 Fell, Reese D Philadelphia. 

1131 Fellows, James S New York City. 

1132 Fellows, Mrs. James S New York City. 

1133 Felton, Cornelius Conway Cambridge, Mass. 

1134 Felton, Mrs. Luther Saratoga. 

1135 Felton, Samuel Morse Charlestown, Mass. 

1136 Female Figure Miscellaneous. 

1137 Fenderick, Charles Washington, D. C. 

1138 Fenner, John H Saratoga. 

1139 Ferrell, Frances E. Natchez, Miss. 

1140 Ferrers, Charles New York City. 

1141 Ferrers, Emile New York City. 

1142 Ferrers, Jane New York City. 

1143 Field, A. Ii Boston. 

1144 Field, Frost New Orleans. 

1145 Field, Osgood New York City. 

1146 Field, Thomas P Danvers, Mass. 

1147 Fillebrown, Thomas Scott Boston. 

1148 Fillebrown, T., Jr Washington. 

1149 Fillmore, Millard Buffalo, N. Y. 

1150 Finlay, Robert New York City. 

1151 Fish, William R Holmesbury, Pa. 



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1152 Fisher, Charles H Philadelphia. 

1153 Fisher, Frederick George New York City. 

1154 Fisher, George H New York City. 

1155 Fisher, W Montreal. 

1156 Fisk, O. W Natchez, Miss. 

1157 Fit eh, Chester New Marlborough, Mass. 

1158 Fitch, Rev. Professor Detroit, Mich. 

1159 Fitch, "William New York City. 

1160 Fitz, Virginia W New Orleans. 

1161 Fitzwilliain, Maria New York City. 

1162 Flandin, Pierre Lyons, Prance. 

1163 Fletcher, Josiah Saratoga. 

1164 Fletcher, Mrs. Josiah Saratoga. 

1165 Flint, Anne Saratoga Springs. 

1166 Flower, George Washington, D. C. 

1167 Flower, Rees Wall Philadelphia. 

1168 Floyd, Rosamond M New York City. 

1169 Fluker, D. J Louisiana. 

1170 Flutton, John Philadelphia. 

1171 Foiling, Marion New York City. 

1172 Foiling, Ned New York City. 

1173 Folsoni, Charles W Cambridge, Mass. 

1174 Folsom, Charles Boston. 

1175 Folsom, George New York City. 

1176 Folsoni, George Mackean Boston. 

1177 Folsom, Nathaniel S Haverhill, Mass. 

1178 Fonder, Townsend Troy. 

1179 Fonder, Mrs. Townsend Troy. m - 

1180 Fontaine, Venve Gilbert New York City. 

1181 Foot, Euphemia New York City. 

1182 Foot, John New York City. 

1183 Foot, Samuel Augustus New York City. 

1184 Foote, Thomas M Buffalo, N. Y. 

1185 Forbes, Alice Milton Hill, Mass. 

1186 Forbes, Alice Boston. 

1187 Forbes, Bennett Boston. 

1188 Forbes, Elen Boston. 

1189 Forbes, Emma P Milton Hill, Mass. 

1190 Forbes, J. M Milton Hill, Mass. 

1191 Forbes, Mrs. J. M Milton Hill, Mass. 

1192 Forbes, Margaret Boston. 

1193 Forbes, Robert B Boston. 

1194 Forman, Anne Maria New York City. 

1195 Forman, Lawrence T New York City. 

1196 Forman, Lewis New York City. 

1197 Forman, "Wilson New York City. 

1198 Forsyth, John Augusta, Ga. 

1199 Forsyth, Virginia Philadelphia. 

1200 Foster, Adams Philadelphia. 

1201 Foster, A. Lawrence Morrisville, N. Y. 

1202 Foster, George New Orleans. 

1203 Foster, Jacob Boston. 

1204 Foster, James Philadelphia. 

1205 Foster, Joseph Boston. 

1206 Foster, Mrs. Joseph Boston. 

1207 Foster, La Fayette Sabine Norwich, Conn. 



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1208 Foster, Mrs. Lafayette New York City. 

1209 Foster, Mary Philadelphia. 

1210 Foster, Samuel Natchez, Miss. 

1211 Foster, Joseph Boston. 

1212 Foster, Mrs. Joseph Boston. 

1213 Fotheringham, Mrs. A. R Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1214 Fowle, Edward New York City. 

1215 Fowler, Lorenzo Niles New York City. 

1216 Fowlet, Theodosius New York City. 

1217 Fox, George W Natchez, Miss. 

1218 Fox, Henry H New York City. 

1219 Francis, D. G New York City. 

1220 Francis, G New York City. 

1221 Franklin, Benjamin Miscellaneous. 

1222 Freeman, Samuel Saratoga Springs. 

1223 Frelinghuysen, Frederick T Newark, N. J. 

1224 Frelinghuysen, Mrs. Frederick T. . . 

(Matilda E.) Newark, N. J. 

1225 French, Abel Albany, N. Y. 

1226 Frister, D Washington, D. C. 

1227 Frost, George 'William Staten Island. 

1228 Frost, John Philadelphia. 

1229 Frothingham, William E Boston. 

1230 Fuentes, Rafael de New Orleans. 

1231 Fuller, Mrs New York City. 

1232 Fulton, W. S Arkansas. 

1233 Funes, Juan Gregorie Madrid, Spain. 

1234 Furniss, William New York City. 

1235 fuyel, Daniel A Lexington, Ky. 

G 

1236 Gadsby, AVilliam Washington, D. C. 

1237 Gaines, Edmund Pendleton Washington, D. C. 

1238 Gaines, Mrs. Edmund Pendleton . . .Washington, D. C. 

1239 Galbraith, James D Lynchburg, Va. 

1240 Gale, E. Thompson Troy. 

1241 Gamble, Roger L. Louisville, Ga. 

1242 Garbeille, Peter G New Orleans. 

1243 Garcia, J New York City. 

1244 Gardener, Horde II Saratoga. 

1245 Gardette, E. B Philadelphia. 

1246 Gardiner, Caroline L Boston. 

1247 Gardiner, Charles Boston. 

1248 Gardiner, Col E. Florida. 

1249 Gardiner, Edward Boston. 

1250 Gardiner, Henry S Boston. 

1251 Gardiner, John T Boston. 

1252 Gardiner, John W. T Maine. 

1253 Gardiner, L,. R. B New York. 

1254 Gardiner, Mr Spring Island. 

1255 Gardiner, W. H Boston. 

1256 Gardiner, Mrs. W. H. Boston. 

1257 Gardelli, Achille Nice, Prance. 

1258 Garland, A Virginia. 

1259 Garland, Hugh A Virginia. 



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1260 Garland, John Virginia. 

1261 Garland, Mrs. John Virginia. 

1262 Garland, Pauline D Lynchburg, Va. 

1263 Garnis, John P Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1264 Garr, George New Orleans. 

1265 Garretson, John (2) Belleville, N. J. 

1266 Garrettson, F Rhinebeck, N. V. 

1267 Garrettson, Mrs. F Rhinebeck, 1m. Y. 

1268 Gates, Seth Merrill Le Roy, N. Y. 

1269 Gautier, J New Jersey. 

1270 Gayot, Louis New York City. 

1271 Gazzon, A. H Alabama. 

1272 Geddes, George Geddes, N. Y. 

1273 Gedney, George W New York City. 

1273% Gedney, Thomas R Washington, D. C. 

1274 Geib, William Baltimore. 

1275 Gensau, Baron Vienna. 

1276 George, Robert Baltimore, Md. 

1277 Germain, R. J Burlington, N. J. 

1278 Gibbene, Daniel L Boston. 

1279 Gibbons, Julia New York City. 

1280 Gibbons, Sarah H New York City. 

1281 Gibbons, William Savannah, Ga. 

1282 Gibbs, Alexander New Bedford, Mass. 

1283 Gibbs, Anna R New Bedford, Mass. 

1284 Gibbs, Nancy L New Bedford, Mass. 

1285 Gibert, James T New York City. 

1286 Gibson, Charles Hammond Boston. 

1287 Gibson, G. S Baltimore. 

1288 Gibson, Isaac New York City. 

12S9 Gibson, John Washington, D. C. 

1290 Gibson, John Gardiner Boston. 

1291 Gibson, William Philadelphia. 

1292 Gifford, Charles . .* Hudson, N. Y. 

1293 Gilbert, John Gibbs Boston. 

1294 Giles, Eliza. G Worcester, Mass. 

1295 Gill, A. Owen Baltimore. 

1296 Gillespie, Archibald H Philadelphia. . 

1297 Gillett, L. Warrington Baltimore. 

129S Gillingham, N. B. S Troy. 

1299 Gillis, John P Boston. 

1300 GiJlniore, A. R Syracuse. 

1301 Gilman, W. S Alton, Ills. 

1302 Gilmor, Charles S Baltimore. 

1303 Gilmor, Robert Baltimore. 

1304 Gilmor, William Baltimore. 

1305 Gilpin, John F Philadelphia. 

1306 Glynn, James Boston. 

1307 Gobert, Charlotte New York City. 

1308 Goddard, Elizabeth Brookline, Mass. 

1309 Goddard, Harvey Beck Philadelphia. 

1310 Goddard, Janet Philadelphia. 

1311 Goddard, J. M Philadelphia. 

1312 Goddard, John Bonsall Philadelphia. 

1313 Goddard, Kingston Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1314 Goddard, Mrs. Kingston Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Goddard, Louisa Philadelphia, Pa. 

Goddard, M Philadelphia, Pa. 

Goddard, Paul Frederick Philadelphia, Pa. 

Goddard, Susan N Philadelphia, Pa. 

Goddard, William B Philadelphia, Pa. 

Godon, Sylvanus William Pennsylvania. 

Godone, Fanny New York City. 

Godone, Ferdinand New York City. 

Godone, Gaspare New York City. 

Godone, Gaspare, Jr New York City. 

Godone, John New York City. 

Godone, Napoleon New York City. 

Godone, Signora New York City. 

Godwin, Park New York City. 

Gold, Thomas A Pittsfleld, Mass. 

Goldsborough, John R Washington, D. C. 

Goldtrap, Thomas Ware Philadelphia. 

Goodrich, Charles B Boston. 

Goodrich, Charles New Orleans. 

Goodrich, Samuel G Boston. 

Goodrich, William H New Haven. 

Goodrich, Boston. 

Goodwin, Maria Boston. 

Gordon, H Virginia. 

Gould, Alexander Baltimore. 

Gourgas, Francis R Boston. 

Gourlie, John H New York City. 

Grace, Elizabeth R Havana, Cuba. 

Graf, Frederick B Baltimore. 

Grafton, C, Jr Boston. 

Graham, David, Jr New York City. 

Graham, James Lorimer New York City. 

Graham, Mrs New York City. 

Graham, Nathan B New York City. 

Graham, R. M. C New York City. 

Graham, Robert H New York City. 

Graham, Grandoal M. de Gergoo . . .La Rochelle, Prance. 

Graham, Granget Francis Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Grant, C. P Hartford, Conn. 

Grant, Eliza. W Boston. 

Grant, Mrs. Patrick Boston. 

Grant, Reuben H Macon, Miss. 

Grant, Mrs. W. H Washington, D. C. 

Grass, Frederick, Jr Philadelphia. 

Grassaway, Kitty E. A Washington, D. C. 

Grasse, Isaiah de New York City. 

Gratz, Benjamin Lexington, Ky. 

Gratz, James Philadelphia. 

Graves, T. B Cork, Ireland. 

Gray, Ann Augusta Brookline, Mass. 

Gray, Edward : Baltimore. 

Gray, Eliza Boston. 

Gray, Henry C Boston. 

Gray, Mrs. Horace Boston. 

Gray, John Boston. 

Gray, John H Boston. 



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1372 Gray, Mrs. John H Boston. 

1373 Gray, Master Boston. 

1374 Gray, Watson Boston. 

1375 Grayson, J. C Boston. 

1376 Greene, Anna Lloyd Boston. 

1377 Greene, Elizabeth Clarke Boston. 

1378 Greene, High W Boston. 

1379 Greene, Mrs. J. D Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1380 Greene, Miss L. E. E Boston. 

1381 Greene, Rose Washing-ton, D. C. 

1352 Greene, Samuel N Boston. 

1353 Greene, Sarah Boston. 

1384 Greene, Walter C New York City. 

1385 Greene, William Davis New York City. 

1386 Greene, William J Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1387 Greene, W. P Norwich, Conn. 

1388 Greenleaf, Caroline Cambridge, Mass. 

1389 Greenleaf, William C Washington, D. C. 

1390 Greenough, Davis S Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

1391 Greenough, James Boston. 

1392 Greenough, William, Sr Boston. 

1393 Greenough, W. W Boston. 

1394 Greenough, Mrs. W. W Boston. 

1395 Greenwood, Alice Lloyd Boston. 

1396 Greenwood, Augustus G Boston. 

1397 Greenwood, Charles B Boston. 

1398 Greenwood, Charles R Boston. 

1399 Greenwood, Francis W. P Boston. 

1400 Greenwood, Mrs. Francis W. P Boston. 

1401 Greenwood, Francis W., Jr Boston. 

1402 Greenwood, John Boston. 

1403 Greenwood, Mary L Boston. 

1404 Greenwood, Mrs. W. P Boston. 

1405 Gregory, Clara B Jersey City. 

1406 Gregory, D. S Jersey City. 

1407 Gregory, Mrs. D. S Jersey City. 

1408 Gregory, H. M Binghamton, N. Y. 

1409 Gregory, Mary Louisa Jersey City. 

1410 Greig, John Canandaigua, N. Y. 

1411 Griffin, Elias T Baltimore. 

1412 Griffith, Catherine New York City. 

1413 Griffith, Jane Baltimore. 

1414 Griffith, John M New York City. 

1415 Griffith, Miss 31. E. S New York City. 

1416 Griffith, R. R Baltimore. 

1417 Griffiths, Anna Clifford Philadelphia. 

1418 Griffiths, James P Philadelphia. 

1419 Griffiths, Mary F Philadelphia. 

1420 Griffiths, Robert Eglesfeld Philadelphia. 

1421 Grimes, J. Stanley Saratoga. 

1422 Griswold, George (2) New York City. 

1423 Griswold, Mrs. George (2) New York City. 

1424 Griswold, Rufus Wilmot New York City. 

1425 Griswold, William New York City. 

1426 Groning, R New Orleans. 

1427 Grossette, August New Orleans. 



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141 



Grosvenor, Eliza New York City. 

Grosvenor, Seth New York City. 

Grout, S Vermont. 

Guild, Benjamin C Boston. 

Guild, E. G Boston. 

Gumboil, Joseph M Buffalo, N. Y. 

Gwin, Mrs. William N Vicksburg, Miss. 

Gwynn, William Baltimore. 

H 

1436 Habersham, James Ray Clarkesville, Ga. 

1437 Habersham, Richard W Clarkesville, Ga. 

1438 Haggerty, Anne New York City. 

1439 Haggerty, Elizabeth New York City. 

1440 Haggerty, John A New York City. 

1441 Haggerty, Mrs. John Lewis New York City. 

1442 Haggerty, John Lewis New York City. 

1443 Haggerty, Maria New York City. 

1444 Haggerty, Ogden New York City. 

1445 Haggerty, Mrs. Ogden New York City. 

1446 Haggerty, Ogden, Jr New York City. 

1447 Haggerty, William C New York City. 

144S Hagner, C. V Washing-ton, D. C. 

1449 Hagner, Peter V Washington, D. C. 

1450 Hagner, Thomas Florida. 

1451 Hagner, T. R Washington. 

1452 Haight, D. L New York City. 

1453 Haight, Lydia New York City. 

1454 Haight, Mrs New York City. 

1455 Haight, Samuel New York City. 

1456 Haines, Miss E. R New York City. 

1457 Hak, P New York City. 

1458 Halberstadi, J. (2) Philadelphia. 

1459 Hall, Anne Saratoga. 

1460 Hall, Mrs. B Plymouth, Mass. 

1461 Hall, Caroline Rochester, N. Y. 

1462 Hall, C Norfolk, Va. 

1463 Hall, D. A Washington, D. C. 

1664 Hall, Dudley C Boston. 

1465 Hall, Edward H New Orleans. 

1466 Hall, F. C Philadelphia. 

1467 Hall, Francis Ch Louisville, Ky. 

1468 Hall, Isaac M Rochester, N. Y. 

1469 Hall, Joseph Boston. 

1470 Hall, J. Morrison Baltimore. 

1471 Hall, Miss New York City. 

1454 H Hall, Laurence Angelia, N. Y. 

1455J4 Hall, Lucy Anne Thompson Rochester, N. Y. 

1456J4 Hall, Richard Drayson West Philadelphia. 

1457^4 Hall, Robert B Plymouth, Mass. 

1458H Hall, Mrs. Robert B Plymouth, Mass. 

1459y 2 Hall, Samuel Baltimore. 

1460H Hallech, J. Magner Washington, D. C. 

146154 Halsey, J. Maclean New Orleans. 

1462^ Halster, J. R Philadelphia. 



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1463^ Hamblin, Thomas Sowerby New York City. 

1464^2 Hamilton, Alexander Bridgeport, Conn. 

14GSy 2 Hamilton, A. W Kentucky. 

1466^ Hamilton, B New Orleans. 

1467% Hamilton, David Albany. 

1468^2 Hamilton, E. Gay Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

1469 K Hammond, Charles Boston. 

1470^ Hammond, Charles Boston. 

1471^ Hammond, Gardiner Greene (2) . . . .Boston. 

1472 Hammond, John Carver Palfrey . . .Boston. 

1473 Hammond, John L Boston. 

1474 Hammond, Samuel (2) Boston. 

1475 Hammond, Mrs. Samuel (Sarah) . .Boston. 

1476 Hammond, Widow of Samuel, Jr. 

(Susan) (2) Boston. 

1477 Hancock, Mary L Boston. 

1478 Hand, George E Detroit, Mich. 

1479 Hansell, William L Philadelphia. 

1480 Hap burn, Mrs. B. H New York City. 

1481 Harden, Jacob New York City. 

1482 Hardisty, H., Jr Miscellaneous. 

14S3 Hare, John Innes Clark Philadelphia. 

1484 Hare, Robert Philadelphia. 

1485 Harlan, Richard Philadelphia. 

1486 Harriman, Mrs. A New York City. 

1487 Harriman, Eliza. W New York City. 

1488 Harris, Alexander New Orleans. 

1489 Harris, Henry Boston. 

1490 Harris, Thaddeus Mason Boston. 

1491 Harrison, Massillon Boston. 

1492 Harrison, C. Woodland Philadelhpia. 

1493 Harrison, George L Baltimore. 

1494 Harrison, Marguerite Baltimore. 

1495 Harrison, Mrs. Raindrop Virginia. 

1496 Harrison, Samuel T. (2) Baltimore. 

1497 Harrison, Thomas New York City. 

1498 Harrison, William Henry Indiana. 

1499 Harrison, William N Baltimore. 

1500 Harrod, Benjamin Morgan and DogNew Orleans. 

1501 Harrod, Charles New Orleans. 

1502 Harrod, Elizabeth S New Orleans. 

1503 Harrod, Miss G. P New Orleans. 

1504 Harrod, Mrs. M New Orleans. 

1505 Hart, Charles John Baltimore. 

1506 Hart, Charles P Troy. 

1507 Hart, Cordelia Saratoga Springs. 

1508 Hart, Robert M Baltimore. 

1509 Hart, S Mississippi. 

1510 Hartt, Hiram C New Orleans. 

1511 Hartt, Mrs. Missouri S New Orleans. 

1512 Harvey, Jacob New York City. 

1513 Harvey, Mrs. Jacob New York City. 

1514 Harvey, Mary New York City. 

1515 Harvey, Rebecca New York City. 

1516 Hassard, John Rose Green New York City. 

1517 Hassard, Samuel Nicholson Boston. 



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Hassard, Mrs. Thomas Boston. 

Hassler, Caroline Washington, D. C. 

Hassler, Charles A Washington, D. C. 

Hassler, Edward Washington, T>. C. 

Hassler, Mrs. Edward (Anna) Washington, D. C. 

Hassler, Edward Jane Washington, D. C. 

Hassler, Ferdinand Rudolph Washington, D. C. 

Hassler, J. T. S Washington, D. C. 

Hassler, Mrs. J. T. S Washington, D. C. 

Hassler, Mariane Boston. 

Hassler, May Carry Washington. 

Hastings, Miss E Philadelphia. 

Hastings, George Brooklyn. 

Hastings, Mrs. George Brooklyn. 

Hastings, John Columbus, Ohio. 

Hatch, Miss Miscellaneous. 

d'Hauterie, Auguste Philadelphia. 

d'Hauterie, Baron .Philadelphia. 

d'Hauterie, Baronne Philadelphia. 

d'Hauterie, Marie Philadelphia. 

d'Hauterie, Maurice Philadelphia. 

Haven, Luther Leicester, Mass. 

Havens R. N Pittsburgh. 

Hawley, Emily Jane New York City. 

Hawley, T. B. W New York City. 

Hay, William Leamington, England. 

Haydon, William New Orleans. 

Hays, Benjamin Charles, Jr New York City. 

Hays, Gilbert P New York City. 

Hays, Jacob New York City. 

Hays, Mrs. Jacob New York City. 

Hays, Mary C New York City. 

Hays, William New York City. 

Hays, Mrs. William Henry New York City. 

Hay ward, Pelham Boston. 

Haywood, W. H New Orleans. 

Hazard, Isaac Peace Peace Dale, R. I. 

Head, Samuel Philadelphia. 

Healy, George H. .New York City. 

Heath, Abbey R. H Boston. 

Heaton, A New Haven, Conn. 

Hebert, Paul O Louisiana. 

Hechavaria, Prudencia Havana, Cuba. 

Heckster, Edward Saratoga. 

Height, D. L, New York City. 

Height, Lydia New York City. 

Height, Mrs New York City. 

Heintzelman, Samuel Peter Philadelphia. 

Heiskell, Henry L< Virginia. 

Hellis, Horace de A Washington, D. C. 

Hellyer, John London, England. 

Henderson, John Mississippi. 

Henderson, M. H Newark, N. J. 

Henderson, Robert S New York City. 

Hendrickson, Charles J Philadelphia. 

Henry, Helen Philadelphia. 



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1574 Henry, Jane Agnes New York. 

1575 Henry, Josiah H New York City. 

1576 Heran, D. Melville New York City. 

1577 Heran, Mrs. D. Melville New York City. 

1578 Heran, Mary New York City. 

1579 Herbst, Miss M Amsterdam, Holland. 

1580 Hernandez, Joseph Washington, D. C. 

1581 Heron, Y. E Saratoga. 

1582 Herron, A. R Memphis. 

1583 Herttell, John P New York City. 

1554 Hetzell, Aimer R Pennsylvania. 

1584J4 Hetzell, Samuel Seldon Washington. 

1555 Hevrit, Nathaniel (2) Bridgeport, Conn. 

1556 Heyl, Mary Louisa Henrietta New Orleans. 

1557 Hicks, Effie Washington, D. C. 

1588 Hicks, Elizabeth Washington, D. C. 

1589 Hield, William New York City. 

1590 Hield, Mrs. William New York City. 

1591 Higginson, James V Boston. 

1592 Hill, Rebecca Washington, D. C. 

1593 Hill, William Dudley, Mass. 

1594 Hinckman, Charles Washington, D. C. 

1595 Hind man, Thomas Alabama. 

1596 Hinds, Ann Philadelphia. 

1597 Hinds, Emily Philadelphia. 

1598 Hinds, W. P Philadelphia. 

1599 Hinkle, Louis Ch "Washington, D. C. 

1600 Hinsdale, Bissoil Rochester, N. Y. 

1601 Hinston, Horace Lansingburg, N. Y. 

1602 Hixon, J. Vila New York City. 

1603 Hoar, Ebenezer Rockwood Concord, Mass. 

1604 Hobbie, Drake Washington, D. C. 

1605 Hobbie, Selah R Delhi, N. Y. 

1606 Hoffman, Colden Cade Boston. 

1607 Hoffman, David Baltimore. 

1608 Hoffman, Emily Boston. 

1609 Hoffman, Lindley Murray Boston. 

1610 Hoffman, Martin Boston. 

1611 Hoffman, Mary Catherine Boston. 

1612 Hoffman, Phillip V New York City. 

1613 Hoffman, Mrs. Phillip V New York City. 

1614 Hogan, John Alton, 111. 

1615 Hogan, Widow New York City. 

1616 Holcombe, Albert A "Washington. D. C. 

1617 Hollands, Henry New Orleans. 

161S Hollenbach, G. M •. . . . Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

1619 Hollister, A. P New York City. 

1619^ Hollister, F. A Troy, N. Y. 

1620 Hollister, Julia W New Berne, N. Ca. 

1621 Holman, T Philadelphia. 

1622 Holt, Hines Georgia. 

1623 Homer, Eleazer Boston. 

1624 Homer, Mrs. Eleazer Boston. 

1625 Homer, William F Boston. 

1626 Horner, Mrs. William F Boston. 

1627 Honan, James Washington. 



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162S Hone, Isaac New York City. 

162SJ4 Hooper, Alice B Boston. 

1629 Hooper, Anna Maria Boston. 

1630 Hooper, E Marblehead, Mass. 

1631 Hooper, Edward M Boston. 

1632 Hooper, Elen Boston. 

1633 Hooper, Henry Boston. 

1634 Hooper, John Boston. 

1635 Hooper, Mrs. John Marblehead, Mass. 

1636 Hooper, John, Jr Marblehead, Mass. 

1637 Hooper, John G., Jr Marblehead, Mass. 

1638 Hooper, Nathaniel Boston. 

1639 Hooper, R Boston. 

1640 Hooper, Robert C Boston. 

1641 Hooper, Robert, Jr Boston. 

1642 Hooper, Samuel Boston. 

1643 Hooper, Mrs. Samuel Boston. 

1644 Hooper, "William Boston. 

1645 Hooper, William H Marblehead, Mass. 

1646 Hoover, Charles Newark, N. J. 

1647 Hopkins, Erastus Troy. 

1648 Hopkins, George W Lebanon, Va. 

1649 Hopkins, Mark Massachusetts. 

1650 Hopkinson, James Philadelphia. 

1651 Horan, James Washington, D. C. 

1652 Horn, James New York City. 

1653 Horner, Fortescue Cheltenham, England. 

1654 Horton, William Dover, N. H. 

1655 Hosken, Lieut. J England. 

1656 Hotchkiss, Giedon Windsor, N. Y. 

1657 Houston, James Alexander New York City. 

165S Howard, A. W Boston. 

1659 Howard, Daniel D New York City. 

1660 Howard, Miss M. O Springfield, Mass. 

1661 Howard, Miss H. W Springfield, Mass. 

1662 Howard, John .Springfield, Mass. 

1663 Howe, Elizabeth Brookline, Mass. 

1664 Howe, William A Boston. 

1665 Rowland, Edgar New York City 

1666 Howland, G. G New York City 

1667 Howland, Mrs. G. S New York City 

1668 Howland, Joanna New York City 

1669 Howland, Julia L, New York City 

1670 Howland, Rebecca New York City 

1671 Howland, Samuel S New York City 

1672 Hoyt, Goold New York City. 

1673 Hubard, Edmund W Buckingham, Va. 

1674 Hubbard, A. H Norwich, Conn. 

1675 Hubbard, Henry Charlestown, Mass. 

1676 Hubbard, Reuben Stillwater, N. Y. 

1677 Hubbard, Samuel R New York City. 

1678 Hubbard, Thomas Norwich, Conn. 

1679 Hubbard, "William H New York City. 

16S0 Hudson, Charles Boston. 

1681 Huertas, Plorencia Philadelphia. " 

1682 Huger, Francis Washington, D. C. 



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1683 Huger, Benjamin Charleston, S. Ca. 

1684 HuRsins, H. P Washington, D. C. 

1685 Hughes, Augusta Dorchester, Mass. 

1686 Hughes, Ball Dorchester, Mass. 

1687 Hughes, Mrs. Ball Dorchester, Mass. 

1688 Hughes, Georgina Dorchester, Mass. 

1689 Hughes, John New York City. 

1690 Hughes, William D New York City. 

1691 Hulin, R. D Saratoga. 

1692 Hull, George Boston. 

1693 Hull, Isaac Derby, Conn. 

1694 Hull, Parker L Pittsfield, Mass. 

1695 Humbert, Francis New York City. 

1696 Humphreys, Frances New Orleans. 

1697 Humphreys, Mary New Orleans. 

1698 Humphrey, Henry B Boston. 

1699 Humphries, Ella New Orleans. 

1700 Hunt, Henry L Saratoga. 

1701 Hunt, Henry I Ohio. 

1702 Hunt, Jane M Saratoga. 

1703 Hunt, John Saratoga. 

1704 Hunt, John Mobile, Ala. 

1705 Hunt, Mrs. Jonathan Saratoga. 

1706 Hunt, R. M Saratoga. 

1707 Hunt, William Saratoga. 

1708 Hunt, William Lockport, N. Y. 

1709 Hunt, William J New York City. 

1710 Hunter, Alexander Washington, D. C. 

1711 Hunter, Daniel Miscellaneous. 

1712 Hunter, Jane Washington, D. C 

1713 Hunter, Lewis B Philadelphia. 

1714 Hunter, Louisa Philadelphia. 

1715 Hunter, Mary Washington, D. C. 

1716 Hunter, Sarah Ann Washington, D. C. 

1717 Hunter, S. Hillen Baltimore. 

1718 Huntington, J. W Connecticut. 

1719 Huntington, William New York City. 

1720 Huntington, Wolcott Norwich, Conn. 

1721 Huntington, Mrs. Wolcott Norwich, Conn. 

1722 Hurlbut, Flisha P New York City 

1723 Huskins, Samuel N Williamsburgh, L. 

1724 Hussey, George New York City. 

1725 Hutchings, Fusahius Louisville, Ky. 

1726 Hutchins, Alexander New York City. 

1727 Hutchins, Augustus New York City. 

1728 Hutchins, Charles New York City. 

1729 Hutchins, F New York City. 

1730 Hutchins, Mrs. F New York City. 

1731 Hutchinson, Thomas H Charleston, S. Ca. 

1732 Hutton, John New York City. 

1733 Hutton, J. Francis New York City. 

1734 Hyde, Edward G New Orleans. 

I 

1735 Ingersoll," Adele Philadelphia. 

1736 Ingersoll, Charles Jared Philadelphia. 



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1737 Ingersoll, Mrs. Charles Jared Philadelphia. 

173S Ingersoll, Fanny , Philadelphia. 

1739 Ingle, Joseph Washington, D. C. 

1740 Ingle, Susan (Mrs. Joseph) Washington, D. C. 

1741 Ingraham, Daniel F New York City. 

1742 Ingrahnm, Edward D Philadelphia. 

1743 Ingraham, J, W Natchez, Miss. 

1744 Inman, Henry New York City. 

1745 Inman, Mary L New York City. 

1746 Innes, Anne New York City. 

1747 Inverson, Wife of Judge T Washington, D. C. 

174S Ireland, George New York City. 

1749 Irons, Joseph F Philadelphia. 

1750 Irvan, Mary New York City. 

1751 Irvan, Richard New York City. 

1752 Irvan, Mrs. Richard New York City. 

1753 Irvan, Susan Williams New York City. 

1754 Irvan, William New York City. 

1755 Irving, Sanders New York City. 

1756 Irwin, William W Pittsburgh. 

1757 Irwin, Mrs. W. W Pittsburgh. 

1758 Isnard, Mace Boston. 

1759 Isnard, Master Boston. 

1760 Ives, Anna A Providence, R. I. 

1761 Ives, George H Boston. 

1762 Ives, H. B Providence, R. I. 

1763 Ives, Mrs. H. B Providence, R. I. 

1764 Ives, R. H Providence, R. I. 



J 



1765 Jack, C. J Philadelphia. 

1766 Jackson, Emily New York City. 

1767 Jackson, Henry New Bedford, Mass. 

1768 Jackson, Mrs. Henry New Bedford, Mass. 

1769 Jackson, Isaac New Orleans. 

1770 Jackson, W. G Eastville, Va. 

1771 Jacob, Isaac P New Orleans. 

1772 Jacob, Ralph New Orleans. 

1773 Jacobs, Benjamin Boston. 

1774 Jacobs, Mrs. Elisha Boston. 

1775 Jacobs, Elisha Boston. 

1776 Jacobs, Sarah Ann Boston. 

1777 Jacobus, Melancthon Brooklyn. 

1778 James, John W Boston. 

1779 Jameson, Robert Alexandria, D. C. 

1780 Janson, Eugene Philadelphia. 

1781 Jarvis, Leonard Saratoga. 

1782 Jarvis, Mrs. Leonard Saratoga. 

1783 Jay, Anne New York City. 

1784 Jay, Eliza New York City. 

1785 Jay, John New York City. 

1786 Jay, Mrs. John New York City. 

1787 Jay, Peter Augustus New York City. 

1788 Jay, Sarah Louisa New York City. 

1789 Jay, William New York City. 

1790 Jeannerett, James N Charleston, S. Ca. 



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1791 Jeffries, John Boston. 

1792 Jeffries, Mrs. John Boston. 

1793 Jeffries, John, Jr Boston. 

1794 Jenifer, Daniel Miscellaneous. 

1795 Jenkins, Agnes B Pittsfield, Mass. 

1796 Jenkins, A. J. (Adam Hubley) Miscellaneous. 

1797 Jenkins, J. Robert Baltimore. 

1798 Jenkins, Thornton Alexander Baltimore. 

1799 Jenkins, Mrs. Thornton Alexander .Baltimore. 

1800 Jevritt, Isaac T New York City. 

1801 Jocelyn, Benjamin New York City. 

1802 Jocelyn, Titus New York City. 

1803 Johnson, Cave Clarksville, Tenn. 

1804 Johnson, Charles Norwich, Conn. 

1805 Johnson, Chas. T New York City. 

1S06 Johnson, Charles Coit Norwich, Conn. 

1807 Johnson, Eastman Boston. 

1808 Johnson, Mrs. Chas. T New York City. 

1809 Johnson, Frank Philadelphia. 

1810 Johnson, H. A Boston. 

1811 Johnson, Helen Lafayette, Indiana. 

1812 Johnson, Louisa New York City. 

1813 Johnson, Oliver New York City. 

1814 Johnson, Lemuel R Lafayette, Indiana. 

1815 Johnson, Theodore T New York City. 

1816 Johnson, AVilliam Fell Baltimore. 

1817 Johnston, Abraham R Ohio. 

1818 Johnston, Buchanan Philadelphia. 

1819 Jones, Adelaide New York City. 

1S20 Jones, H Annapolis, Md. 

1821 Jones, H. B Saratoga. 

1822 Jones, Miss M. A New York City. 

1823 Jones, Mary L Charleston, S. Ca. 

1824 Jones, M. P Washington, D. C. 

1825 Jones, Nathaniel Warwick, N. Y. 

1S26 Jones, Paul T Philadelphia. 

1827 Jones, Roger Virginia. 

182S Jones, Samuel Beach Bridgeton, N. J. 

1829 Jones, S. G West Point, N. Y. 

1830 Jones, Thomas ap Catesby Virginia. 

1831 Jones, Miss T. Floyd Long Island. 

1832 Jones, AVilliam Page New York City. 

1833 Jordan, AVilliam H. S Boston. 

1834 Josephs, A. K New Orleans. 

1835 Joy, John B Boston. 

1836 Joy, Mrs. John B Boston. 

1837 Joy, Joseph Boston. 

1838 Joyce, Samuel New York City. 

1839 Joyce, Mrs. Samuel New York City. 

1840 Judan, Mrs. J. W. W New York City. 

1S41 Judan, S. W New York City. 

1842 Jumel, Madam Fliza New York City. 

K 

1843 Kain, William 

1844 Karney, Robert AV \Tew York City. 



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1S45 Kasson, Frances Saratoga. 

1846 Kay, Mary Albany. 

1847 Kean, Christine New York City. 

1848 Kearney, Philip, Jr New York City. 

1849 Keel, R. S New York City. 

1850 Keese, Judge Oliver 2nd Essex City, N. Y. 

1851 Kellogg, Charles Augustus New York City. 

1852 Kellogg, Francis L, Troy. 

1853 Kellogg, Henry L New York City. 

1S54 Kellogg, John Pain New York City. 

1855 Kellogg, Julia A Troy. 

1856 Kellogg, Mrs. Warren S New York. 

1857 Kemeys, William - — probably Savannah, Ga. 

185S Kempshall, Thomas Rochester, N. Y. 

1859 Kempton, George Robertsville, S. Ca. 

1860 Kennedy, Isaac Spencer, N. Y. 

1861 Kennedy, John Mobile, Ala. 

1862 Kennedy, Mrs. John Mobile, Ala. 

1863 Kent, James New York City. 

1S64 Kerr, George W Newburgh, N. Y. 

1865 Kernson, Charles Charleston, S. Ca. 

1866 Ketchum, Abby New Orleans. 

1866 x /2 Ketchum, Louisa New Orleans. 

1S67 Keyser, P. A Philadelphia. 

1868 Kidder, Frederick I Claremont, N. H. 

1869 Kidder, J. G Boston. 

1870 Kielchen, P. A Boston. 

1871 Killinan, N. B Troy, N. Y. 

1872 Kimball, Abraham Salem, Mass. 

1873 Kimball, Mrs. Elijah L, New York City. 

1874 Kimball, H Providence, R. I. 

1875 Kimball, Moses Boston. 

1S76 Kindall, John Irwin .... New Orleans. 

1877 Kindall, W. W New Orleans. 

1S7S King, Caroline H Boston. 

1879 King, D. Rodney Germantown, Pa. 

1SS0 King, Francis Philadelphia. 

1881 King, George H New York. 

1882 King, Henry G .St. Louis, Mo. 

18S3 King, James T New York. 

1SS4 King, John Galleson Boston. 

18S5 King, John T New York. 

1886 King, Sarah (2) Philadelphia. 

1887 King, S. B New York. 

1888 King, Sarah Johnson 

1SS9 King, Thomas Butler Waynesville, Ga. 

1890 King, Zebedee, Jr New York. 

1891 King, Zebedee New York. 

1S92 Kingsbury, C. V Tl oy. 

1893 Kinsman, John D Portland, Me. 

1894 Kitty, A. H Boston. 

1895 Kneass, Napoleon Buonaparte New Orleans. 

1896 Kneeland, Eve C New York City. 

1897 Kneeland, H New York. 

1898 Kneeland, Samuel, Jr Boston. 

1899 Knight, George Philadelphia. 



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1900 Knight, John Francis Philadelphia. 

1901 Knight, Nehemiah R Providence, R. I. 

1902 Knox, Hugh New York City. 

1903 Knox, T. R Carlisle, Pa. 

1904 Konig, Mr Hanover, Germany. 

1905 Konig, Mrs Hanover, Germany. 

1906 Krebs, James Welsey Baltimore. 

1907 Krebs, John N Baltimore. 

1908 Krug, Henry R Philadelphia. 

1909 Kruttschnitt, New Orleans. 

1910 Kuhn, George H Boston. 

1911 Kursheedt, Edward Israel New Orleans. 

1912 Kyle, Mrs. Alexander New York City. 

1913 Kyle, Alexander New York City. 

1914 Kyle, John A., Jr New York City. 

1915 Kyle, Margaret Philadelphia. 

1916 Kyle, John, Jr New York City. 

L 

1917 Laburee, Benjamin New York City. 

1918 Lacombe, Emile Henry New York City. 

1919 Lacombe, Mrs. Emile Henry New York City. 

1920 La Coste, Henry New Yoik City. 

1921 Laidley, Theodore T. S Virginia. 

1922 Lamb, Anthony New York City. 

1923 Lamb, Charles Duncan Boston. 

1924 Lamb, Emily G Boston. 

1925 Lamb, Margy Eliot Boston. 

1926 Lamb, Rosanna Boston. 

1927 Lamb, Sarah New York City. 

192S Lamb, Thomas Boston. ' 

1929 Lamb, Mrs. Thomas Boston. 

1930 Lamb, William Eliot Boston. 

1931 Lambert, Leger Riviere-du-Loup, Canada. 

1932 Lambert, Mme. Leger (Marguerite) .Riviere-du-Loup, Canada. 

1933 Lambert, Thomas R. (3) Boston. 

1934 Lambert, W. G., Jr New York City. 

1935 Lamport, John T Troy. 

1936 Lanckenau, Richard New York City. 

1937 Langdon, B. F Castletown, Vt. 

193S Langtree, S. D Washington, D. C. 

1939 Langworthy, Isaac P Chelsea, Mass. 

1940 Langworthy, Mrs. Isaac P Chelsea, Mass. 

1941 Larcombe, Hevinez (Rev. Thomas) .Philadelphia. 

1942 La Roche, Adele Philadelphia. 

1943 La Roche, Anna Mercer Philadelphia. 

1944 La Roche, Charles Percy Philadelphia. 

1945 La Roche, R Philadelphia. 

1946 La Roche, Susan Philadelphia. 

1947 Larrabee, William F. (2) New York City. 

1948 Latham, TV. G New Orleans. 

1949 Lathrop, J Hallowell, Me. 

1950 Lathrop, J. H Tonawanda, N. Y. 

1951 Latimer, Julia Washing-ton, D. C. 

1952 Latrobe, Benjamin H Baltimore. 

1953 Latting, Joseph Saltingtown, L. I. 



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1954 Latting, T. Jordan New York City. 

1955 Laurenson, F. B Baltimore. 

1956 Laurie, Mrs. James JO Washington, D. C. 

1957 Lavelier, Octavia Miscellaneous. 

1958 Law, Edward E Philadelphia. 

1959 Lawler, Levi M Alabama. 

1960 Lawrence, Abbott Boston. 

1961 Lawrence, Mrs. Abbott Boston. 

1962 Lawrence, Abbott, Jr Boston. 

1963 Lawrence, Amos Boston. 

1964 Lawrence, Annie B Boston. 

1965 Lawrence, Miss Adriana New York City. 

1966 Lawrence, Cornelius William New York City. 

1967 Lawrence, James Boston. 

196S Lawrence, Joseph Philadelphia. 

1969 Lawrence, Kitty B Boston. 

1970 Lawrence, Richard M New York City. 

1971 Lawrence, Robert Washington, D. C. 

1972 Lawrence, R. M Boston. 

1973 Lawrence, T. B Boston. 

1974 Lawrence, William Boston. 

1975 Lawson, Thomas Virginia. 

1976 Lawton, Joseph G Pottsville, Pa. 

1977 Lazarus, Mrs. L. Henry (Mary) (2) .Louisville, Ky. 

1978 Lea, John R Buffalo, N. Y. 

1979 Lear, Louisa Washington, D. C. 

1980 Leavitt, Joshua New York City. 

1981 Lecombe, A Louisiana. 

1982 Le Comte, John Georgia. 

1983 Le Conte, Mrs. John Georgia. 

1984 Lee, Alfred Rochdale, Pa. 

1985 Lee, Ann Alexandria, D. C. 

1986 Lee, Cassius F Alexandria, D. C. 

1987 Lee, Charles A New York City. 

1988 Lee, James, Jr New York City. 

1989 Lee, John Petersville, Md. 

1990 Lee, Mary Ann Boston. 

1991 Leet, Isaac Washington, Pa. 

1992 Lefevre, Clement F New York City. 

1993 Lefevre, Mrs. Clement F New York City. 

1994 Lefevre, Ellen New York City. 

1995 Lefevre, G New York City. 

1996 Lefevre, Williams New York City. 

1997 Leftwich, Augustus Lynchburg-, Va. 

1998 Leiper, George C Baltimore. 

1999 Lekain, Mrs. J Boston. 

2000 Lequer, N Brooklyn. 

2001 Leroy, Jane Miscellaneous. 

2002 Lester, Gerard C Miscellaneous. 

2003 Levering, Baltimore. 

2004 Levi, Hayman Camden, S. Ca. 

2005 Levy, Uriah P Saratoga. 

2006 Lewis, Benjamin Franklin Louisville, Ky. 

2007 Lewis, Charles A New London, Conn. 

2008 Lewis, Mrs. Charles A New London, Conn. 

2009 LewIs.Charles D New York City. 



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2010 Lewis, Charles H Louisville, Ky. 

2011 Lewis, Mrs. Charles H Louisville, Ky. 

2012 Lewis, Dixon Hall Autauga Co., Ala. 

2013 Lewis, M. D Philadelphia. 

2014 Lewis, S. S Boston. 

2015 Lex, Charles C Philadelphia. 

2016 Linder, G London, England. 

2017 Lincoln, Albert Lamb Boston. 

201S Lindsay, G. F Boston. 

2019 Lindsay, Mary Philadelphia. 

2020 Lindsay, Oliver B Philadelphia. 

2021 Lindsley, C. H Troy. 

2022 Litchtenheim, S. A., Jr New York City. 

2023 Little, J New York City. 

2024 Little, Mark Albany 

2025 Little, Weare C Albany. 

2026 Livermore, Mr. and Mrs New York City. 

2027 Livingston, Mrs. A. H Boston. 

202S Livingston, A. H Boston. 

2029 Livingston, Angelica New York City. 

2030 Livingston, Jerraline New York City. 

2031 Livingston, Mrs. Mortimer (2) New York. 

2032 Livingston, Sylvia New York. 

2033 Loan, A New Orleans. 

2034 Lockwood, A Philadelphia. 

2035 Lockwood, Roe New York City. 

2036 Logan, Archibald Lexington, Ky. 

2037 Logan, Adam D New York City. 

203S Long, E. B Baltimore. 

2039 Longer, Angele New Orleans. 

2040 Longer, V. Manette New Orleans. 

2041 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth ....Cambridge, Mass. 

2042 Lorard, Peter Francis Leamington, England. 

2043 Lord, Ivory Maine. 

2044 Lord, Willis Philadelphia. 

2045 Lorilard, Peter Saratoga. 

2045% Lorina, Anna 

2046 Loring, Mr Boston. 

2047 Loring, Mrs Boston. 

2048 Loring, Ellis Gray Boston. 

2049 Loring, George B Boston. 

2050 Loring, Mrs. Relief Boston. 

2051 Lothrop, Eliza. L Boston. 

2052 Lourret, A Philadelphia. 

2053 Lovatt, Frederick W Boston. 

2054 Love, William E., Senr New York City. 

2055 Love, Mrs. William E Boston. 

2056 Love, William E., Jr Boston. 

2057 Levering, Joseph S Cambridge, Mass. 

205S Lovett, Frederic W New Orleans. 

2059 Lovett, Frederick W Boston. 

2060 Low, Moses A Saratoga. 

2061 Lowell, Georgia Boston. 

2062 Lowell, Mrs. F. C Boston. 

2063 Lowell, Mary Boston. 

2064 Lowell, James Russell Boston. 



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2065 Lowrey, Charles J Troy. 

20G6 Lowry, Robert H Boston. 

2067 Lucas, Charles Z Baltimore. 

206S Ludlow, Mrs. E. G New York City. 

2069 Ludlow, J. Livingston Philadephia. 

2070 Ludlow, Mrs. Livingston Philadephia. 

2071 Ludlow, Mary Constance New York City. 

2072 Ludlow, Susan New York City. 

2073 Ludlow, William H New York City. 

2074 Luke, T. N Little Falls, N. Y. 

2075 Lurtz, Marian Baltimore. 

2076 Lyman, C. A Philadelphia. 

2077 Lyman, Mrs. John Miscellaneous. 

207S Lyman, John C Boston. 

2079 Lyman, Julia Miscellaneous. 

2080 Lyman, Lewis Troy. 

20S1 Lyman, Mrs. Lewis Troy. 

2082 Lyman, Miss M. B Boston. 

2083 Lynch, Dominick Saratoga Springs. 

2084 Lynch, Mrs. Dominick Saratoga Springs. 

2085 Lyons, H. A West Pelicina, La. 

M 

2086 Mabee, Ann Tarry town, N. Y. 

2087 Mabee, Thomas B New York City. 

2088 Mabee, Mrs. Thomas B New York City. 

2089 Maekay, Captain John Georgia. 

2090 Mackenzie, Thomas G Baltimore. 

2091 Mackie, Alexander L Port Vancouver. 

2092 Mackie, John F New York City. 

2093 Macomb, Alexander Washington, D. C. 

2094 Macomb, Mrs. Alexander Washington, D. C. 

2095 Macomb, J. N Philadelphia. 

2096 Macomb, Mrs. J. N Philadelphia. 

2097 Macomb, Sarah Philadelphia. 

2098 Macrea, A Virginia. 

2099 Macrea, Miss E Washington, D. C. 

2100 Macrea, N. C Washington, D. C. 

2101 Macrea, Mrs. N. C Washington, D. C. 

2102 Maeder, James G Boston. 

2103 Maffltt, William Boston. 

2104 Magher, John H New York City. 

2105 Magnum, Willies P North Carolina. 

2106 Magruder, George A Philadelphia. 

2107 Magruder, John Bankhead Winchester, Va. 

2108 Magruder, M. M Philadelphia. 

2109 Maite, William H. T New York City. 

2110 Mallory, Francis Hampton, Va. 

2111 Man, Samuel F. (2) Cumberland, R. I. 

2112 Manderville, H. T Utica, N. Y. 

2113 Manice, De Forest New York. 

2114 Mankin, Henry Baltimore. 

2115 Manley, James R New York City. 

2116 Manley, James R., Jr New York City. 

2117 Manley, Petronella P New York City. 

2118 Manning, W. L Fort Carrington, N. 



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2119 Manning, Mrs. W. L Fort Carrington, N. Y. 

2120 Manwaring, Giles, Jr Schenectady, N. Y. 

2121 Mapes, Charles New York City. 

2122 Mapes, James New York City. 

2123 Mapes, Mrs. James New York City. 

2124 Mapes, Louisa New York City. 

2125 Mapes, Mary Elizabeth New York City. 

2126 Mapes, Sophia Gertrude New York City. 

2127 Marbury, Francis F New York City. 

2128 Marbury, John Georgetown, D. C. 

2129 Marcy, William Learned New York City. 

2130 Marras, Constantio Troy. 

2131 Marras, Signora Virginia Troy. 

2132 Marriates, N. H Washington, D. C. 

2133 Marsh, J Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2134 Marshall, A. Ashton Baltimore. 

2135 Marshall, Alexander Marshall Baltimore. 

2136 Marsias, A. A New Orleans. 

2137 Marston, Elizabeth Philadelphia. 

2138 Marston, Commander John Philadelphia. 

2139 Marston, John Philadelphia. 

2140 Marston, Matthew Randall Philadelphia. 

2141 Marther, Charles A Troy. 

2142 Martiez, H. T Washington. 

2143 Martin, Edward New Brighton, S. I. 

2144 Martin, George W Nashville, Tenn. 

2145 Martin, John P Prestonburgh, Ky. 

2146 Martins, Marcos Brazil. 

2147 Mason, Alice Boston. 

2148 Mason, Arthur Boston. 

2149 Mason, Henry New York City. 

2150 Mason, Isabella Boston. 

2151 Mason, Miss Isabella Boston. 

2152 Mason, John Boston. 

2153 Mason, Lowell Boston. 

2154 3Iason, F. Robert M New York City. 

2155 Massett, J. Schwartz London, England. 

2156 Massol, Florian Louisville, Ky. 

2157 Mauran, Josiah Providence, R. I. 

215S Mavraten, N 

2159 Maxey, T Maryland. 

2160 Maxey, Mrs. T Maryland. 

2161 Maxwell, Georgiana M Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2162 Maxwell, Graee Catherine Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2163 Maxwell, J. B Belvidere, N. J. 

2164 Maxwell, Margaret S Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2165 Maxwell, Matilda Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2166 Maxwell, W. H Saratoga. 

2167 May, Abbey W Saratoga. 

2168 May, Julian Washington, D. C. 

2169 May, Mary Saratoga. 

2170 May Marg. G Saratoga. 

2171 May, Samuel Saratoga. 

2172 Mayer, Alfred Baltimore. 

2173 Mayer, Beata Baltimore. 

2174 Mayer, Catherine Baltimore. 



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2175 Mayer, Charles Baltimore. 

2176 Mayer, Mrs. Charles Baltimore. 

2177 Mayer, Christian Baltimore. 

2178 Mayer, Mrs. Christian Baltimore. 

2179 Mayer, Charles Fred Baltimore. 

2180 31ayer, Charles Fred, Jr Baltimore. 

2181 Mayer, Frank Baltimore. 

2182 Mayer, Henry C Baltimore. 

2183 Mayer, Lewis Baltimore. 

21S4 Mayer, Mary Baltimore. 

2185 Mayers, Charles Major New York City. 

2186 Mayers, W. H Fort Smith, Ark. 

2187 Maynard, Edward Washington, D. C. 

218S McBird, Mary New Orleans. 

2189 McCaleb, Corinna New Orleans. 

2190 McCaleb, May New Orleans. 

2191 McCall, Henry Louisiana. 

2192 McCall, Robert Philadelphia. 

2193 McCammon, William J Philadelphia. 

2194 McClelland, George Philadelphia. 

2195 McClusky, P Schenectady. 

2196 MeCollom, J. Vandalia Boston. 

2197 McCormaek, Andrew Washing-ton, D. C. 

2198 McCoskey, Robert New York City. 

2199 McCready, Anna New York City. 

2200 McCready, Frederick New York City. 

2201 McCready, Mrs. Frederick New York City. 

2202 McCready, Frederick, Jr New York City. 

2203 McCready, Mapes New York City. 

2204 McCready, Mary New York City. 

2205 MeCurdey, Gertrude M New York City. 

2206 MeCurdey, Miss G. M New York City. 

2207 MeCurdey, Robert H New York City. 

2208 MeCurdey, Sarah New York City. 

2209 MeCurdey, T. F New York City. 

2210 McDonald, William New York City. 

2211 McDougald, Elizabeth New York City. 

2212 MoDougald, J. Alexander New York City. 

2213 McEvers, Jane Emmest Springs. 

2214 McEvers, Mary Bache Emmest Springs. 

2215 McGehee, G. G Woodville, Miss. 

2216 McGehee, M Woodville, Miss. 

2217 Mclntire, A Saratoga. 

2218 Mclntyre, James Elkton, Md. 

2219 Mclntyre, Peter New York City. 

2220 McKay, Gordon Pittsfleld, Mass. 

2221 McKean, William W Washington, D. C. 

2222 McKee, William Philadelphia. 

2223 McKeon, John New York City. 

2224 McLeod, Daniel C New Orleans. 

2225 McMiehael, B Philadelphia. 

2226 MeMurray, John New York. 

2227 McNair, Walter Nashville, Tenn. 

2228 McNeil, Charles . New Orleans. 

2229 MeThurson, Samuel Washington, D. C. 

2230 Mead, Jane Maria Philadelphia. 



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2231 Mead, Maria Philadelphia. 

2232 Mead, Maria L. W. Watertown, N. Y. 

2233 Mead, Samuel O Boston. 

2234 Mead, Mrs. Samuel O Boston. 

2235 Meade, George Washington, D. C. 

2236 Meade, Mrs. George Washington, D. C. 

2237 Medcalf, Charles 31 Baltimore. 

223S Mees, E New Orleans. 

2239 Meigs, D. C. D Philadelphia. 

2240 Meigs, Emily Philadelphia. 

2241 Meigs, H. O Philadelphia. 

2242 Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham . .Georgetown, D. C. 

2243 Mercer, Anna Elizabeth New Orleans. 

2244 Mereer, William Newton (2) New Orleans. 

2245 Merck, Theodore New York City. 

2246 Meriwether, James A Edonton, Ga. 

2247 Merrill, Abraham D Boston. 

224S Merrill, Hamilton W New York. 

2249 Merritt, Mrs. Michael New York City. 

2250 Merry, Anna Tailer New York City. 

2251 Merry, Charlotte New York City. 

2252 Merry, Mary New York City. 

2253 Merry, Thomas B New York City. 

2254 Merry, Thomas H New York City. 

2255 Merry, Mrs. Thomas H New York City. 

2256 Merryman, John Baltimore. 

2257 Mesier, Alice New York City. 

2258 Mesier, Edward S New York City. 

2259 Mesier, Josephine New York City. 

2260 Myers, Louisville, Ky. 

2261 Michelinn, Juan Jose Caracas, Venezuela. 

2262 Mickle, Robert Baltimore. 

2263 Micon, W. C New Orleans. 

2264 Middleton, Thomas D New York City. 

2265 Miles, Mrs. Chough R New York City. 

2266 Miles, Chough R Millbury, Mass. 

2267 Miles, James R Boston. 

226S Miles, M. A Marblehead, Mass. 

2269 Miles, William H Boston. 

2270 Miller, A. S Tennessee. 

2271 Miller, Benjamin F. P Washington, D. C. 

2272 Miller, Charles D Philadelphia. 

2273 Miller, Mrs. Charles Boston. 

2274 Miller, Daniel H New York City. 

2275 Miller, Edward Philadelphia. 

2276 Miller, H Louisville, Ky. 

2277 Miller, John Missouri. 

227S Miller, Morris L. Washington, D. C. 

2279 Miller, Mrs. Morris 1. Washington, D. C. 

22S0 Milliken, Mary Natchez, Miss. 

2281 Mills, James R Boston. 

2252 Mills, Madison "Washington, D. C. 

2253 Mills, Robert Washington, D. C. 

2254 Mills, William Glasgow, Scotland. 

2285 Mills, William H Boston. 

2286 Milnor, Gas. J New York City. 



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57 



2287 Miner, Mrs Columbus, Ohio. 

22SS Minerbi, S Trieste, Hungary. 

22S9 Misson, Lewis H Washington, D. C. 

2290 Missroon, John S Saratoga. 

2291 Mitchell, John K Washington, D. C. 

2292 Moale, John C Baltimore. 

2293 Moeller, J. B Saratoga. 

2294 Moffatt, Caroline New York City. 

2295 Moffatt, John New York City. 

2296 Moffatt, M New York City. 

2297 Moffatt, Maria New York City. 

229S Moffatt, Sophia Y New York City. 

2299 Moffatt, William B New York City. 

2300 Moms, Calvery Ohio. 

2301 Monell, Claudius L, Ohio. 

2302 Monroe, James Boston. 

2303 Montanya, James tie la Haverstraw, N. Y. 

2304 Montendon, Mrs. Julian Washington, D. C. 

2305 Montgomery, Julia M Washington, D. C. 

2306 Montgomery, William H Philadelphia. 

2307 Moore, A. B Troy. 

2308 Moore, Mrs. Cornelia S New Brunswick, N. J. 

2309 Moore, Henry E Boonville, Mo. 

2310 Moore, Josiah Duxbury, Mass. 

2311 Moorhead, J Saratoga. 

2312 Morell, George Webb Troy. 

2313 Morell, Mrs. George W Detroit, Mich. 

2314 Moreton, John t, New York City. 

2315 Morgan, Mrs. Benjamin Miscellaneous. 

2316 Morgan, Christopher Auburn, N. Y. 

2317 Morgan, Henry Aurora, N. Y. 

2318 Morgan, Jane New Orleans. 

2319 Morgan, John C Jersey City. 

2320 Morgan, Joseph William Jersey City. 

2321 Morgan, Samuel New Orleans. 

2322 Morison, Hector (2) New York City. 

2323 Morris, Emma New York City. 

2324 Morris, Mrs. George New York City. 

2325 Morris, Miss Saratoga. 

2326 Morris, Mrs. Richard Valentine . . . .New York City. 

2327 Morris, Robert Washington, D. C. 

232S Morris, Robert H New York City. 

2329 Morris, Mrs. Robert H New York City. 

2330 Moss, Baby New Orleans. 

2331 Moss, James, Jr New Orleans. 

2332 Moss, Mrs. and Ernest New Orleans. 

2333 Moss, Samuel New Orleans. 

2334 Moss, Samuel, Jr New Orleans. 

2335 Mott, Frances Baltimore. 

2336 Mott, James Baltimore. 

2337 Mott, R. W Manhasset, L. I. 

2338 Mulligan, John W., Jr New York City. 

2339 Mummy, A. J New Orleans. 

2340 Munger, Mrs. H. F Saratoga Springs. 

2341 Munger, Nancy Saratoga Springs. 

2342 Munger, Widow Nancy Saratoga Springs. 



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2343 Munger, Richard Saratoga Springs. 

2344 Murphy, Elizabeth E Philadelphia. 

2345 Murphy, Thomas Baltimore. 

2346 Murray, James Baltimore. 

2347 Murray, John B New York City. 

2348 Murray, John R Port Gibson, Miss. 

2349 Murray, O New York City. 

2350 Murrell, John D Lynchburg, Va. 

2351 Myerll, David Kent, England. 

2352 Myers, C. George Philadelphia. 

2353 Myers, James Philadelphia. 

2354 Myers, Letitia Philadelphia. 

2355 Myers, Mary Ann Philadelphia. 

2356 Myers, Newton D Philadelphia. 

2357 Myers, P. D Philadelphia. 

2358 Myers, Rebecca Swain Philadelphia. 

2359 Myers, Wilbur Philadelphia. 

2360 Mylne, W. C Glasgow, Scotland. 

N 

2361 Nack, James New York City. 

2362 Nagel, Mrs. Ch Saratoga. 

2363 Nagel, Giovanni Saratoga. 

2364 Nash, I. A Pittsfield, Mass. 

2365 Neilson, John New York City. 

2366 Neilson, John, Jr New York City. 

2367 Nesbit, Eugenuis A Macon, Ga. 

2368 Nevins, James Philadelphia. 

2369 Newbold, Charles Philadelphia. 

2370 Newbold, Charles, Jr Philadelphia. 

2371 Newell, Ellen A Boston. 

2372 Newell, Maria Philadelphia. 

2373 Newell, Martha Philadelphia. 

2374 Newell, Mary Philadelphia. 

2375 Newton, A. G Washington, D. C. 

2376 Newton, Richard Philadelphia. 

2377 Nicholl, Mary L Saratoga Springs. 

2378 Nichols, Anne Clark New York City. 

2379 Nichols, Rebecca Dale New York City. 

2380 Nicholson, A. O. P Tennessee. 

2381 Nicholson, John New Orleans. 

23S2 Nicholson, Joel H Maryland. 

2383 Nicolson, John B Washington, D. C. 

2384 Niles, John Milton Hartford, Conn. 

2385 Niven, Charles Washington, D. C. 

2386 Nixon, James Oscar New York City. 

2387 Noah, Mrs. J. P New York City. 

2388 Noe, Louisa New Orleans. 

2389 Norman, D. D New Orleans. 

2390 Norris, George Baltimore. 

2391 Norris, George Somerville Baltimore. 

2392 North, Athalie New Orleans. 

2393 North, Harvey New Orleans. 

2394 North, John Bartram Washington, D. C. 

2395 Norton, Heman New York City. 

2396 Nourse, Michael Washington, D. C. 



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2397 Nourse, Mrs. Michael Washington, D. C. 

2398 Noyes, William T Troy. 

2399 Nugent, Augusta New York City. 

2400 Nuns, J New York City. 

2401 No name 

o 

2402 Oakey, Miss E New York City. 

2403 Oakey, James B New York City. 

2404 Oakey, William J. (2) New York City. 

2405 Oakley, Charles S New York City. 

2406 Oakley, Cornelius, Jr New York City. 

2407 Oakley, J New York City. 

2408 Oakley, Margaret Roome New York City. 

2409 Oakley, Maria Louisa New York City. 

2410 O'Brien, John New York City. 

2411 O'Brien, John G Philadelphia. 

2412 O'Connor, Daniel New York City. 

2413 O'Donnell, J. H Baltimore. 

2414 O'Donnell, James Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2415 O'Donoghue, Francis New York City. 

2416 Ogden, Caroline New York City. 

2417 Ogden, D. A New Orleans. 

2418 Ogden, Enphemia New York City. 

2419 Ogden, Gouverneur New York City. 

2420 Ogden, Isaac G New York City. 

2421 Ogden, Mrs. Isaac G New York City. 

2422 Ogden, Isaac G., Jr New York City. 

2423 Ogden, Laura New York City. 

2424 Ogden, Nicholas G New York City. 

2425 Ogden, Mrs. Nicholas G New York City. 

2426 Ogden, Miss New York City. 

2427 Ogden, Sarah New York City. 

2428 Ogden, T. Murray New York City. 

2429 Ogden, William S Boston. 

2430 O'Hallaran, Captain St. Johns, N. B. 

2431 Onderdonk, Elizabeth New York City. 

2432 Onderdonk, H. T. M New York City. 

2433 Onderdonk, John C New York City. 

2434 Onderdonk, William H New York City. 

2435 Ormsby, Stephen Louisville Ky. 

2436 Orme, William W Spring-field, Mass. 

2437 Orme, Mrs. William W Spring-field, Mass. 

2438 Osbern, Samuel New York City. 

2439 Osgood, Isaac P Boston. 

2440 Osgood, Mrs. Isaac P Boston. 

2441 Osgood, John H Boston. 

2442 Osgood, Josiah Boston. 

2443 Osgood, Miss Boston. 

2444 Osgood, Mrs. P Boston. 

2445 O'Sullivan, H Washington, D. C. 

2446 O'Sullivan, J. L New York City. 

2447 O'Sullivan, T. L, New York City. 

2448 O'Sullivan, Thomas S Washington, D. C. 

2449 Owner, James, Jr Washington, D. C. 

2450 Oxley, Charles New Orleans. 



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2451 Oxley, Sirs. Charles New Orleans. 

2452 Oxley, Slave to Mrs. Charles New Orleans. 

P 

2453 Packwood, Samuel New York City. 

2454 Fado, A. O New Orleans. 

2455 Paez, Ramon Caracas, W. Indies. 

2456 Page, Benjamin Saratoga Springs. 

2457 Paige, Harriette White Boston. 

245S Paige, James William Boston. 

2459 Paige, J. W Boston. 

2460 Paige, Mrs. J. W Boston. 

2461 Pain, John New York City. 

2462 Pain, Mrs. John New York City. 

2463 Palfrey, Maria New Orleans. 

2464 Palmer, George W Saratoga. 

2465 Palmer, Mrs. George W Saratoga. 

2466 Palmer, James S Saratoga Springs. 

2467 Papineau, Louis Amedee Montigny .Saratoga Springs. 
246S Pardow, George New York City. 

2469 Pardow, Mrs. George New York City. 

2470 Paregi, A Andalusia, Spain. 

2471 Parker, A. E New York City. 

2472 Parker, C. C Philadelphia. 

2473 Parker, Daniel P Boston. 

2474 Parker, Mrs. Daniel P Boston. 

2475 Parker, Emily Taylor Boston. 

2476 Parker, General Massachusetts. 

2477 Parker, George Phillips Boston. 

2478 Parker, Gertrude New York City. 

2479 Parker, Henry T Boston. 

2480 Parker, James C New York City. 

2481 Parker, Mrs. James C New York City. 

24S2 Parker, James Courtlandt New York City. 

2483 Parker, J. W Iowa. 

2454 Parker, John Roxbury, Mass. 

2455 Parker, Mrs. John Roxbury, Mass. 

2486 Parker, Richard G Roxbury, Mass. 

24S7 Parker, William B Amsterdam, Holland. 

24SS Parmley, Anna New York City. 

24S9 Parmley, David R New York City. 

2490 Parmley, Ehrich New York City. 

2491 Parmley, Elizabeth Montague New York City. 

2492 Parmley, Jahial New York City. 

2493 Parmley, Julia New York City. 

2494 Parmley, Mary New York City. 

2495 Parmley, Samuel W. (3) New York City. 

2496 Parmley, Mrs. Samuel W New York City. 

2497 Parrott, William Stuart Baltimore. 

2498 Parsons, Elizabeth Boston. 

2499 Parsons, Martha Boston. 

2500 Parsons, Theophilus Boston. 

2501 Parsons, William Boston. 

2501% Parsons, Mrs. William Boston. 

2502 Paterson, William Augusta, Ga. 



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2503 Pattern, P\ Joseph New York City. 

2504 Patterson, Abraham B Baltimore. 

2505 Patterson, John H Baltimore. 

2506 Patterson, J. Harmon Washington, D. C. 

2506% Pattison, William Lindsay Lochmailen, Scotland. 

2507 Pattison, Edward Troy. 

2508 Pattison, Elias Troy. 

2509 Pattison, Riehard Troy. 

2510 Pattom, Charlotte Harper Philadelphia. 

2511 Paulding, James K Washington, D. C. 

2512 Paulding, P. Kemfole Washington, D. C. 

2513 Payne, John Howard Washington, D. C. 

2514 Payot, Monsieur Paris. 

2515 Payot, Madame Paris. 

2516 Payot, Child Paris. 

2517 Payson, Mary P Boston. 

2518 Peabody, Ephraim New Bedford, Mass. 

2519 Peabody, George F Philadelphia. 

2520 Peacock, Julia St. Louis, Mo. 

2521 Peagram, Captain Saratoga Springs. 

2522 Pearson, E New York City. 

2523 Pearson, James A Birmingham, England. 

2524 Peaslee, Charles Philadelphia. 

2525 Peasley, Emely A Saratoga. 

2526 Peck, Bela Saratoga. 

2527 Peck, Charles E Saratoga. 

2528 Peck, Emma Indiana. 

2529 Peck, John New York City. 

2530 Peck, Widow Boston. 

2531 Pecquet, Paul New Orleans. 

2532 Peet, Francis New Orleans. 

2533 Peet, Munson New Orleans. 

2534 Penfold, Edward Miscellaneous. 

2535 Peniston, Charles New Orleans. 

2536 Penniman, Jesse A New Braintree, Mass. 

2537 Penrose, John R Philadelphia. 

2538 Perkins, A. T Boston. 

2539 Perkins, F. C Boston. 

2540 Perkins, George C Boston. 

2541 Perkins, Justin West Springfield, Mass. 

2542 Perkins, Louisa Boston. 

2543 Perkins, Miss S. E Boston. 

2544 Perkins, P. D Boston. 

2545 Perkins, Thomas Boston. 

2546 Perkins, Mrs. Thomas Boston. 

2547 Perkins, Thomas H., Jr Boston. 

254S Perkins, Mrs. Thomas H., Jr Boston. 

2549 Perrine, G Washington, D. C. 

2550 Perrine, Mrs. H. C Worcester, Mass. 

2551 Peter, William Philadelphia. 

2552 Peters, Abraham Baltimore. 

2553 Pettingell, John H Dennis, Mass. 

2554 Peyroux, C New Orleans. 

2555 Peyser, D. M Saratoga. 

2556 Peyser, Mrs. D. M Saratoga. 

2557 Peyton, Susan Richmond, Va. 



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2558 Phelps, A Greenfield, Mass 

2559 Phelps, Abel Boston. 

2560 Phelps, Caroline Boston. 

2561 Phelps, Elizabeth New York City. 

2562 Phelps, Maria E New York City. 

2563 Phelps, Maria W Boston. 

2564 Phelps, Mrs. Thomas William New York City. 

2565 Philips, Alexander New Orleans. 

2566 Philips, Rosina New Orleans. 

2567 Philips, Thomas F Philadelphia. 

2568 Philips, Thomas William New Orleans. 

2569 Phillips, Jonathan Boston. 

2570 Phillips, Mrs. Jonathan Boston. 

2571 Phoenix, J. Phillips New York City. 

2572 Pickens, Francis Wilkinson Edgefield, N. Ca. 

2573 Pickering-, Arthur Boston. 

2574 Pickering, Joseph Thomas Saratoga. 

2575 Pickering, Timothy Miscellaneous. 

2576 Picket, James Lexington, Ky. 

2577 Pickett, E. S Newburyport, Mass. 

2578 Pickett, Richard Boston. 

2579 Pickman, G. Gayton Cambridge, Mass. 

2580 Picton, J. M. W New Orleans. 

2581 Pierce, Franklin Hillsboro, N. H. 

2582 Pierce, Joshua H New York City. 

2583 Pierpoint, John Boston. 

25S4 Pierpoint, Mary Lord Boston. 

2585 Pierpoint, Mrs. Lord Boston. 

25S6 Pierrepont, Henry Evelyn Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2587 Pierson, E New York City. 

25S8 Pilbin, H. D Washington, D. C. 

2589 Piper, Ferdinand Boston. 

2590 Pitard, A. D New Orleans. 

2591 Pitchlynn, P. P West Arkansas. 

2592 Pitman, John T Providence, R. I. 

2593 Plaguemain, Elizabeth Reames . . . .New Orleans. 

2594 Plater, William Georgetown, D. C. 

2595 Piatt, Z Detroit, Mich. 

2596 Piatt, Mrs. Z. (Cornelia) Detroit, Mich. 

2597 Pleasant, Mary Philadelphia. 

2598 Pleasonton, Adelaide Philadelphia. 

2599 Pleasonton, Augustus Philadelphia. 

2600 Pleasonton, A. J Philadelphia. 

2601 Pleasonton, Anna Josephine Philadelphia. 

2602 Pleasonton, Caroline Philadelphia. 

2603 Pleasonton, Clementine Philadelphia. 

2604 Pleasonton, Mary Virginia Philadelphia. 

2605 Plumb, B. W. (2) New York City. 

2606 Plumbe, John, Jr Boston. 

2607 Plumer, W Hillsboro, N. H. 

2608 Plummer, T. M Boston. 

2609 Plunkett, Alfred New York City. 

2610 Plunkett, Mrs. Alfred New York City. 

2611 Plunkett, Eliza New York City. 

2612 Plunkett, Ernest New York City. 

2613 Plunkett, Eugene Washington, D. C. 



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2614 Poinsett, Joel Roberts Charleston, S. Ca. 

2615 Poinsett, M Charleston, S. Ca. 

2616 Poizart, Cecelia Philadelphia. 

2617 Poizart, J. R Philadelphia. 

2618 Polk, William Saratoga. 

2619 Pollard, Margaret Washington, D. C. 

2620 Pomeroy, Mary Agnes Pittsfield, Mass. 

2621 Pomeroy, Phoebe B Troy. 

2622 Pomeroy, Robert Pittsfield, Mass. 

2623 Pomeroy, Mrs. Robert Pittsfield, Mass. 

2624 Pomery, Thadius Stockbridge, Mass. 

2625 Poole, Franklin New York City. 

2626 Poor, David Greenfield, N. Y. 

2627 Poor, John A Bangor, Me. 

262S Popham, W New York City. 

2629 Porter, Benjamin Danvers, Mass. 

2630 Porter, David Dixon Chester, Pa. 

2631 Porter, James New Orleans. 

2632 Porter, John A Newburyport, Mass. 

2633 Porter, Joshua Saratoga Springs. 

2634 Porter, Minerva Saratoga Springs. 

2635 Porter, Roberta Washington, D. C. 

2636 Post, A. Kintzing Walden, N. Y. 

2637 Post, Mrs. A. Kintzimg Walden, N. Y. 

2638 Post, Helen Louisa Walden, N. Y. 

2639 Post, Mrs New York City. 

2640 Post, Miss S. M Walden, N. Y. 

2641 Post, W. B Walden, N. Y. 

2642 Post, Mrs. W. B Walden, N. Y. 

2643 Post, W. B., Jr Walden, N. Y. 

2644 Post, Miss Y. L. Post Walden, N. Y. 

2645 Potter, Charles Providence, R. I. 

2646 Potter, James Brown Mason Usqueyany, R. I. 

2647 Potter, Woodhouse Philadelphia. 

2648 Pottey, E. J Springfield, Mass. 

2649 Povey, John New York City. 

2650 Powell, "William (2) West Farms, N. Y. 

2651 Powell, William New York City. 

2652 Power, John New York City. 

2653 Powers, E. E Columbus, Ga. 

2654 Pratt, Francis McKay Louisville, Ky. 

2655 Pratt, Horace L. Edgar New York City. 

2656 Powers, Mrs Washington, T>. C. 

2657 Powers, Mrs. S. B Boston. 

2658 Prelm, William Kostock, Germany. 

2659 Prentice, Cortland Louisville, Ky. 

2660 Prentice, George D Miscellaneous. 

2661 Prentice, Harriet Louisville, Ky. 

2662 Prentiss, John H Cooperstown, N. Y. 

2663 Prescott, Edward G Salem, Mass. 

2664 Prescott, William Hickling Salem, Mass. 

2665 Preston, William Campbell Columbia, S. Ca. 

2666 Prewett, N Natchez, Miss. 

2667 Price, Harriet M New York City. 

2668 Pride, George L New York City. 

2669 Pride, Mrs. George L New York City. 



164 American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 — Index 



2670 Pride, Hamilton Jackson New York City. 

2671 Pride, Mary Janet New York City. 

2672 Priest, John F Boston. 

2673 Primrose, Mary A New Berne, N. Ca. 

2674 Primrose, Robert New Berne, N. Ca. 

2675 Prince, James Boston. 

2676 Prince, William E Boston. 

2677 Prout, Robert M Baltimore. 

2678 Prue, Mary Augusta New York City. 

2679 Pudington, Henry T New York City. 

2680 Purdy, John F New York City. 

2681 Purdy, L,. Lovelle New York City. 

2682 Putnam, Allen Boston. 

2683 Putnam, Catherine Boston. 

2684 Putnam, George Roxbury, Mass. 

2685 Putnam, Israel Middleboro, Mass. 

2686 Putnam, Nathaniel, Jr New York City. 

26S7 Pyper, James Philadelphia. 



Q 



26SS Quickley, James B New York City. 

2689 Quincy, Edmund Cambridge, Mass. 

2690 Quincy, Mrs. Edmund Cambridge, Mass. 

2691 Quincy, John W New York City. 

2692 Quincy, Josiah, Jr. (2) Boston. 

2693 Quincy, Mrs. Josiah, Jr Boston. 

2694 Quincy, Josiah Cambridge. 

2695 Quincy, Mrs. Josiah Cambridge. 

2696 Quincy, L. M Boston. 

2697 Quincy, Mary A Boston. 

2698 Quincy, Mary Sophie Cambridge. 

2699 Quincy, Tertius Boston. 

R 

2700 Radford Cheltenham, England. 

2701 Rahe, Adrian Martinique, W. I. 

2702 Ramsay, George D Washington, D. C. 

2703 Ramsay, J. M New York City. 

2704 Ramsay, William Saratoga. 

2705 Ramsay, "William Philadelphia. 

2706 Randall, A Annapolis, Md. 

2707 Randall, Benjamin Bath, Maine. 

270S Randolph, William B New York City. 

2709 Rankin, Edward E Saratoga. 

2710 Ransen, Lena Ann New York City. 

2711 Rapelye, George New York City. 

2712 Raridan, James Centerville, Ind. 

2713 Rathbone, J. B New York City. 

2714 Rawson, Charlotte Anne Albany. 

2715 Rawson, James Albany. 

2716 Ray, John W Glens Falls, N. Y. 

2717 Raymond, Susan Smyrna, Del. 

2718 Read, B. J Boston. 

2719 Read, 3Irs. B. J Boston. 

2720 Read, Fitch New York City. 



American Silhouettes, 1 839-1 849 — Index 165 



2721 Read, John H Boston. 

2722 Read, William Boston. 

2723 Recard, Jean Baptiste Lorraine, France. 

2724 Redman, John Miscellaneous. 

2725 Redmond, W. M New York. 

2727 Reed, Elizabeth W Philadelphia. 

272S Reed, James Chambersburg, Pa. 

2729 Reed, John Barnstable, Mass. 

2730 Reed, Washington Philadelphia. 

2731 Reese, B. M Albany. 

2732 Reese, Miss M. Frances Albany. 

2733 Reid, Samuel New York City. 

2734 Reim, George M Berks, Pa. 

2735 Reinboth, Joseph B Philadelphia. 

2736 Relf, Richard New Orleans. 

2737 Remington, Edward New Orleans. 

2738 Remson, J. Henry New York City. 

2739 Revel, B. Nathan Miscellaneous. 

2740 Reynaud, P New Orleans. 

2741 Reynolds, Charles G Boston. 

2742 Reynolds, Mrs. Charles G Boston. 

2743 Reynolds, Edward Boston. 

2744 Reynolds, Mrs. Edward Boston. 

2745 Reynolds, G. L Saratoga. 

2746 Reynolds, John Cahokia, 111. 

2747 Reynolds, Joseph P Portsmouth, Va. 

2748 Reynolds, Mary Albany. 

2749 Rhoads, Julius Albany. 

2750 Ribas, Antonius Lorrence Madrid, Spain. 

2751 Rice, Anna Maria Boston. 

2752 Rice, George Edward Boston. 

2753 Rice, Henry, Jr Boston. 

2754 Rice, J. Washington South Carolina. 

2755 Rice, Louisa Boston. 

2756 Rice, Susan G Boston. 

2757 Rich, Jabez C Philadelphia. 

2758 Richard, Auguste Baltimore. 

2759 Richards, Mrs. Austin New Orleans. 

2760 Richards, Nathaniel New York City. 

2761 Richards, Mrs. Nathaniel H New York City. 

2762 Richards, Newton New Orleans. 

2763 Richardson, J Oswego, N. Y. 

2764 Richardson, Lucy Louisville, Ky, 

2765 Richardson, Mrs. Nathaniel Salem, Mass. 

2766 Riehardson, Sally Allen Louisville, Ky. 

2767 Richardson, Tobias Gibson Louisville, Ky. 

2768 Riddle, Ellen M Boston. 

2769 Ridgway, Mrs. Ann Philadelphia. 

2770 Riggs, Elisha New York City. 

2771 Ring, George New York City. 

2772 Ring, James New York City. 

2773 Ring, John New York City. 

2774 Ring, Zebedee New York City. 

2775 Ring, Mrs. Zebedee New York City. 

2776 Ring, Zebedee, Jr New York City. 

2777 Ripley, Samuel P Charleston, S. Ca. 



166 American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 — Index 



2778 Ritchie, H. A Louisville, Ky. 

2770 Rivers, Dr Providence, R. I. 

27S0 Roades, B. H Boston. 

2781 Roacles, Mrs. B. H Providence. 

27S2 Robb, Mrs. E. M Frederickton, N. B., Canada. 

2783 Robbins, Aniatus Troy, N. Y. 

2784 Roberts, A. F Washington, D. C. 

2785 Roberts, T. L Natchez, Miss. 

2786 Robertson, D. F New York City. 

2787 Robertson, William B Louisiana. 

2788 Robinson, Benjamin Fayetville, N. Ca. 

2789 Robinson, John M Illinois. 

2790 Robinson, J. M Baltimore. 

2791 Roehelle, J. Jaques Gaudin de la . . .New Orleans. 

2792 Rockwell, William Brooklyn. 

2793 Rockwood, Charles G New York City. 

2794 Rodman, Lewis Philadelphia. 

2795 Rodman, Thomas P Yarmouth Port, Mass. 

2796 Rodney, John Germantown, Pa. 

2797 Rogers, Edmund Lord Baltimore. 

2798 Rogers, Eleanor A Baltimore. 

2799 Rogers, Evans Philadelphia. 

2800 Rogers, Mrs. Evans Philadelphia. 

2801 Rogers, E. P Springfield, Mass. 

2802 Rogers, George M Baltimore. 

2803 Rogers, James Yorkville, S. Ca. 

2804 Rogers, Lloyd N Baltimore. 

2805 Rogers, Oetavia Ann Washington, D. C. 

2806 Rogers, Willis Troy. 

2807 Rogers, William M Boston. 

2808 Roman, E St. Johns, N. B., Canada. 

2809 Roome, John P New York City. 

2810 Roome, Sarah New York City. 

2811 Roome, William J New York City. 

2812 Root, Mrs. G Delhi, N. Y. 

2813 Rosekraus, E. H Saratoga. 

2814 Ross, Jane New Orleans. 

2815 Ross, Leopold N Middletown, N. Y. 

2816 Rossiter, Mrs. CD Troy. 

2817 Rotch, Mrs Philadelphia. 

2817% Rotch, Maria Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

2818 Rotton Anne Somerset, England. 

2S19 Rotton, Otto Somerset, England. 

2820 Roussel, Charles S New York City. 

2821 Roussel, Eugene Philadelphia. 

2S22 Rubathan, Matilda Jane Wales. 

2823 Rudman, William C Philadelphia. 

2824 Rue, J Washington, S. Ca. 

2S25 Rue, L. E New York City. 

2826 Ruffiat, G New Orleans. 

2827 Ruggles, John Maine. 

2S28 Ruggles, Samuel B Saratoga. 

2829 Ruiz, F. Candid Havana, Cuba. 

2830 Ruiz, Garcia Havana, Cuba. 

2S31 Ruiz, Garcia, Jr Havana, Cuba. 

2832 Ruschenberger, W. S. W Philadelphia. 



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2833 Ruschenberger, Mrs. W. S. W. Philadelphia. 

2534 Russell, G. Hammond Boston. 

2535 Russell, G Boston. 

2536 Russell, James D Boston. 

2537 Russell, J. H Boston. 

2538 Russell, Miss M. A. P Boston. 

2539 Russell, Moses B Boston. 

2540 Russell, Mrs. Moses B Boston. 

2841 Russell, N. P Boston. 

2842 Russell, Mrs. N. P Boston. 

2843 Russell, N. P., Jr Boston. 

2844 Russell, Samuel Middletown, Conn. 

2S45 Russell, William H Washington, D. C. 

2846 Ryder, James Washing-ton, D. C. 

2847 Ryder, Sally Plymouth, Mass. 

s 

2848 Sackett, Alexander Cleveland, Ohio. 

2849 St. John, G. B New York City. 

2850 St. John, R Cleveland, Ohio. 

2851 Salisbury, John L New York City. 

2S52 Salisbury, John L., Jr New York City. 

2853 Salisbury, Mary New York City. 

2854 Salisbury, Mary B New York City. 

2855 Salter, Frederick England. 

2556 Samson, C. B Miscellaneous. 

2557 Sanborn, Mrs. E. D Hanover, N. H. 

2858 Sanderson, Henry P Philadelphia. 

2859 Sands, Joshua R Washington, D. C. 

2860 Sandserson, Henry S. Baltimore. 

2861 Sanford, Thomas New York City. 

2862 Santangelo, Mary de Attelles Washington, D. C. 

2863 Sargent, Epes New York City. 

2864 Sargent, T. J. W Saratoga. 

2865 Saunders, C. C Louisville, Ky. 

2866 Saunders, Mrs. C. C. (Susan W.) . . .Louisville, Ky. 

2867 Saunders, E. R Bardstown, 111. 

2868 Savage, Cornelius New York City. 

2869 Sawyer, Nathaniel L, Gardiner, Me. 

2S70 Sayer, William D Port Gibson, Miss. 

2871 Sayers, Edward S Philadelphia. 

2872 Sayers, Jane Philadelphia. 

2873 Sayre, Francis New York. 

2874 Scammon, Eliaklm P Maine. 

2875 Schermerhorn, Abraham New York City. 

2876 Sehieffelin, Broadhurst New York City. 

2877 Sehieffelin, Henry M New York City. 

2878 Sehieffelin, Mrs. Henry M New York City. 

2879 Sehieffelin, Julia New York City. 

2880 Sehieffelin, P New York City. 

2881 Sehieffelin, Richard I. New York City. 

2S82 Sehieffelin, Mrs. Richard I, New York City. 

2883 Sehieffelin, Sidney A ..=..,. .New York City. 

2884 Schlesinger, Mrs. E. D Philadelphia. 

2885 Scholefield, John Birmingham, Ala. 



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American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 — Index 



2SS6 Schriver, Albert Philadelphia. 

28S7 Schuyler, Cornelius Rensselaer City, N. T. 

2S8S Scott, Ellen Richmond, Va. 

2SS9 Scott, Gustavus H Boston. 

2S90 Scott, H. L, Saratoga. 

2891 Scott, James Richmond, Va. 

2892 Scott, John New Orleans. 

2593 Scott, John G Cooper Co., Mo. 

2594 Scott, John M New York City. 

2595 Scott, William B New York City. 

2596 Scott, Winfield Petersburg, Va. 

2897 Searle, Addison Boston. 

2898 Seaton, Caroline Washington, D. C. 

2899 Seaton, Gales Washing-ton, D. C. 

2900 Seaton, W. W Washington, D. C. 

2901 Sedgwick, Catherine M New York City. 

2902 Sedgwick, Catherine Maria Stockbridge, Mass. 

2903 Sedgwick, E New York City. 

2904 Sedgwick, Susan R New York City. 

2905 Seguin, Anne Philadelphia. 

2900 Seguin, Edward Philadelphia. 

2907 Seldon, J. 31 Washington, D. C. 

2908 Seldon, Samuel Rochester, N. Y. 

2909 Seldon, Mrs. Samuel Rochester, N. Y. 

2910 Seldon, William Washington, D. C. 

2911 Seldon, Mrs. William Washington, D. C. 

2912 Selleck, Charlotte G Newark, N. J. 

2913 Sever, James W Boston. 

2914 Sever, Mrs. James W Boston. 

2915 Sewall, S. E Boston. 

2916 Sewell, Mrs. S. E Boston. 

2917 Seward, P. Benjamin J Westfield, N. J. 

2918 Seward, Sarah J Rochester, N. Y. 

2919 Seward, F. William Henry Auburn, N. Y. 

2920 Sewell, Thomas Washington, D. C. 

2921 Seymond, Eben Bloomfield, N. Y. 

2922 Shanks, Michael Washington, D. C. 

2923 Sharper, Mrs. Henry New York City. 

2924 Shaw, Francis G Boston. 

2925 Shaw, G. Howland Boston. 

2926 Shaw, Joel Saratoga. 

2927 Shaw, Mrs. Joel Saratoga. 

2928 Shaw, John O Boston. 

2929 Shaw, Lemuel Boston. 

2930 Shea, Francis New York City. 

2931 Sheafe, Henry Boston. 

2932 Sheffield, P. K. . , New Orleans. 

2933 Shepard, George C Jamaica Plain. 

2934 Shepard, Mrs. George C Jamaica Plain. 

2935 Shepard, Isaac F Boston. 

2936 Shepperd, Augustine Rockford, N. Ca. 

2936% Shepperd, R. D New Orleans. 

2937 Sherman, Charles A Albany. 

293S Sherman, Edward S. New York. 

2939 Sherman, T Saratoga. 

2940 Sherman, Thaddeus, Jr New York. 



American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 — Index 



69 



2941 Sherwood, T. M Auburn, N. Y. 

2942 Shields, Ebenezer J Memphis, Tenn. 

2943 Shiinmin, Charles T Boston. 

2944 Shimmin, Thomas D Boston. 

2945 Shipman, Thoinas L Norwich, Conn. 

2946 Shippy, Josiah Paterson, N. J. 

2947 Shortes, M Brooklyn. 

2948 Shrival, R. G Philadelphia. 

2949 Shurmday, Samuel Essex, N. Y. 

2950 Sickles, Mary H New York City. 

2951 Sigourney, Daniel A Boston. 

2952 Silliman, Augustus E New York City. 

2953 Silsby, P. H Saratoga Springs. 

2954 Simons, Saratoga. 

2955 Simons, Allen New Orleans. 

2956 Sizen, Nelson Blanford, Mass. 

2957 Skilton, Edward Charleston, S. Ca. 

295S Skinner, E. L, Auburn, N. Y. 

2959 Skinner, Mrs. E. L. Auburn, N. Y. 

2960 Skinner, Thomas H New York City. 

2961 Slack, Charles A Grosse tete, La. 

2962 Slack, Theodore New Orleans. 

2963 Slade, William Middlebury, Vt. 

2964 Slater, H. N Providence, R. I. 

2965 Sloat, John Drake New York City. 

2966 Sloo, Thomas New Orleans. 

2967 Smets, William A New York City. 

2968 Smith, Baby Louisville, Ky. 

2969 Smith, Caroline E Troy. 

2970 Smith, Charles Warren, R. I. 

2971 Smith, Mrs. Charles Warren, R. I. 

2972 Smith, Charles H Virginia. 

2973 Smith, Daniel Bridgeport, Conn. 

2974 Smith, Daniel S New York City. 

2975 Smith, Eli Northfield, Conn. 

2976 Smith, Elizabeth Louisville, Ky. 

2977 Smith, F. Edward G New York City. 

2978 Smith, E. P Massachusetts. 

2979 Smith, Fisher C Philadelphia. 

2980 Smith, George B New York City. 

2981 Smith, G. W Lafayette, Ind. 

2982 Smith, Mrs. Hamilton Louisville. 

2983 Smith, Hamilton, Jr Louisville. 

2984 Smith, James O. . New York Uity. 

2985 Smith, John Cotton, Jr Connecticut. 

2986 Smith, Kenderton Philadelphia. 

2987 Smith, Louisa H. . Louisville. 

2988 Smith, Mary Louisville. 

2989 Smith, Mary H Sharon, Conn. 

2990 Smith, Miss M. E Louisville, Ky. 

2991 Smith, Oliver H Carmi, 111. 

2992 Smith, Persifor Florida. 

2993 Smith, P. S Louisville. 

2994 Smith, Robert Providence, R. I. 

2995 Smith, Richard Somers Philadelphia. 

2996 Smith, Mrs. S. L, Boston. 



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American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 — Index 



2997 Smith, Thomas L, Washington, D. C. 

2998 Smith, Thomas P Charleston, S. Ca. 

2999 Smith, T. R Saratoga. 

3000 Smith, Truman Litchfield, Conn. 

3001 Smith, Airgimia Louisville, Ky. 

3002 Smith, William A New York City. 

3003 Smith, William .isa Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3004 Smith, William Ballard Louisville, Ky. 

3005 Smith, Mrs. W. G Miscellaneous. 

3006 Snell, E. S Boston. 

3007 Snelling, Caroline Philadelphia. 

3008 Sneling, Samuel Philadelphia. 

3009 Snowdan, Edgar Alexandria, D. C. 

3010 Snyder, Alonzo Richmond, La. 

3011 Sohier, Miss E. B Boston. 

3012 Sohier, Edward D Boston. 

3013 Sohier, G Boston. 

3014 Sohier, J. Foster Boston. 

3015 Sohier, Miss M. D Boston. 

3016 Sohier, William Boston. 

3017 Sohier, William D Boston. 

301S Sohier, Mrs. William D Boston. 

3019 Soil, Stephen de New York City. 

3020 Soren, Georges Brooklyn. 

3021 Soule, Richard Boston. 

3022 Southmayd, Charles F New York City. 

3023 Southwick, 3Iary Bowen Troy. 

3024 Southwick, Mrs Troy. 

3025 Southwick, "Warren Troy. 

3026 Spalding, B. N Baltimore. 

3027 Sparks, William H New York City. 

302S Spearman, William Smyrna, Del. 

3029 Spencer, Giedon Warwick, R. I. 

3030 Spooner, S .New York City. 

3031 Spooner, Mrs. S. (Jane E.) New York City. 

3032 Sprague, Charles Boston. 

3033 Sprague, Helen Elizabeth Boston. 

3034 Spraker, David New York City. 

3035 Spraker, James New York City. 

3036 Spring, Lindley New Orleans. 

3037 Stacy, Elbridge G New York City. 

3038 Stalker, Emma New Orleans. 

3039 Stansburg, Arthur Washington, D. C. 

3040 Stansburg, Mrs. Arthur Washington, D. C. 

3041 Stansburg, Charles E Washington, D. C. 

3042 Stanton, M New York City. 

3043 Staples, Wight New York City. 

3044 Staples, William New York City. 

3045 Staples, Mrs. "William New York City. 

3046 Stedman, Charles J New York. 

3047 Stedman, James Norwich, Conn. 

3048 Steele, Ashel Washington, D. C. 

3049 Steele, Catherine C Boston. 

3050 Steele, Charlotte R Boston. 

3051 Steele, Jonathan D Boston. 

3052 Steele, Mrs. Jonathan D Boston. 



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Steele, Maniford R Boston. 

Steele, Mary Charlotte Boston. 

Sterling, David Bridgeport, Conn. 

Stevens, Benjamin Boston. 

Stevenson, Hannah Greeley Boston. 

Stevenson, C Boston. 

Stevenson, J. Thomas (2) Boston. 

Stevenson, Mrs. J. Thomas Boston. 

Stevenson, Robert Hooper Boston. 

Stevenson, Thomas Greeley Boston. 

Stewardson, Thomas Philadelphia. 

Stewart, Baby Natchez, Miss. 

Stewart, Charles Tudor Philadelphia. 

Stewart, Delia Tudor Washing-ton, D. C. 

Stewart, W. H Natchez, Miss. 

Stewart, Mrs. W. H Natchez, Miss. 

Stewart, Mrs. William New York City. 

Stillwell, Mrs New Orleans. 

Stilwell, Martha B New Orleans. 

Stillwell, Walter New Orleans. 

Stillwell, William New Orleans. 

Stinemets, Julia Ann New York City. 

Stinemets, William H New York City. 

Stinemets, Mrs. William H New York City. 

Stoeker, Anthony Philadelphia. 

Stockton, Mrs Philadelphia. 

Stocking, Mrs. Joseph (Sarah D.) . .Buffalo, N. Y. 

Stodart, Mrs. Adam New York City. 

Stoddard, Sarah Min New York City. 

Stoker, Nile A Philadelphia. 

Stoker, Dog Bob Philadelphia. 

Stome, S. B New Haven, Conn. 

Stone, Henry Washing-ton, D. C. 

Stone, William F Washington, D. C. 

Stone, William L. S. (2) New York City. 

Stone, Mrs. William L. S New York City. 

Stoppani, Charles G New York City. 

Storm, Garrit New York City. 

Stoirs, William L, Middletown, N. Y. 

Story, W. W Boston. 

Stout, D. S Newtown, L. I. 

Stout, Miss S. A Dover, Del. 

StringJellow, Horace Washington, D. C. 

Strong, Anthony M Albany. 

Strong, Ed New Haven, Conn. 

Strong, Henry Norwich, Conn. 

Strong, Mrs. Henry Norwich, Conn. 

Strong, Henry W Troy. 

Strong, Mrs. Henry W Troy. 

Strong, Mary E Norwich, Conn. 

Stuart, James S Philadelphia. 

Stuart, James C Syracuse. 

Stuart, Robert L, New York City. 

Sturgis, Elizabeth Boston. 

Sturgis, H. P Boston. 

Sturgis, Josiah Boston. 



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3109 Sturgis, Samuel P Boston. 

3110 Sturgis, Mrs. William Boston. 

3111 Sullivan, Susan Brooklyn, N. T. 

3112 Sullivant, Michael L Columbus, Ohio. 

3113 Sullivant, Mrs. Michael L. (Sarah L.)Columbus, Ohio. 

3114 Sumner, Frances S Baltimore. 

3115 Sumner, Increase , Gr. Barring-ton, Mass. 

3116 Sumner, Mrs. Increase Gr. Barrington, Mass. 

3117 Sumter, Thomas D Statesbury, S. Ca. 

3118 Sung, Chin China. 

3119 Sung, Samuel China. 

3120 Surget, P Louisiana. 

3121 Sutherland, D. J Philadelphia. 

3122 Sutherland, 3Iary Florence Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3123 Suydam, James (2) New York City. 

3124 Swain, Eliza Philadelphia. 

3125 Swain, William Philadelphia. 

3126 Swain, William W Boston. 

3127 Swan, Louisa G Baltimore. 

312S Swan, Thomas Baltimore. 

3129 Swan, Mrs. Thomas Baltimore. 

3130 Swan, Thomas, Jr Baltimore. 

3131 Swan, Mrs. Wilson C Baltimore. 

3132 Sweet, Nathaniel Boston. 

3133 Sweeney, George Bucyrus, Ohio. 

3134 Swift, Henry A Miscellaneous. 

3135 Swift, John Philadelphia. 

3136 Swift, William Saratoga. 

3137 Swift, W. H Saratoga Springs. 

3138 Sxerd, Joseph Philadelphia. 

T 

3139 Taggart, James B Washington, D. C. 

3140 Taliaferro, John Fredericksburg, Va. 

3141 Tallarie, C. A New Orleans. 

3142 Tallmadge, Daniel B New York City. 

3143 Tallmadge, Frederick New York City. 

3144 Tallmadge, F. A New York City. 

3145 Tallmadge, Miss F. T New York City. 

3146 Tallmadge, N. P New York City. 

3147 Tallmadge, William A New York City. 

3148 Tanner, Frederick C New York City. 

3149 Tanner, Mrs. Frederick C New York City. 

3150 Tappan, Henry New York City. 

3151 Tappan, C. P New York City. 

3152 Tappan, William B Boston. 

3153 Tarbell, Silas P Boston. 

3154 Tarlton, Llewellyn Pitt Lexington, Ky. 

3155 Taylor, Benjamin Ogle Washington, D. C. 

3156 Taylor, Mrs. Benjamin Ogle Washington, D. C. 

3157 Taylor, Caroline Matilda Albany. 

3158 Taylor, Eugenie Washington, D. C. 

3159 Taylor, Edward J. T Boston. 

3160 Taylor, E. Thornton Washington, D. C. 

3161 Taylor, Fanny New York City. 



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3162 Taylor, Hester Washington, D. C. 

3163 Taylor, Jacquelin P Richmond, Va. 

3164 Taylor, James Miscellaneous. 

3165 Taylor, James New York City. 

3166 Taylor, James . .Albany. 

3167 Taylor, James A New York City. 

316S Taylor, James Belost Albany. 

3169 Taylor, Jonathan Newark, Ohio. 

3170 Taylor, Julia Washington, D. C. 

3171 Taylor, Nathaniel New Haven, Conn. 

3172 Taylor, Sarali Ann Albany. 

3173 Taylor, Mrs. T. P Richmond, Va. 

3174 Taylor, "William Rockbridge, "Va. 

3175 Teakle, E. W Utica. 

3176 Teakle, Mrs. E. W Utica. 

3177 Teneyck, Mrs. Andrew New Jersey. 

317S Tennent, Henry Pine Ridge, Miss. 

3179 Tenney, A. G Boston. 

3150 Terrett, B. A Washington, D. C. 

3151 Terrett, Mrs. B. A Washington, D. C. 

3152 Tevis, Henry L, Louisville, Ky. 

3153 Tevis, Mrs. Henry L. (Mary Selby) . .Louisville, Ky. 

3184 Tevis, Robert Shelby ville, Ky. 

3185 Thacher, Charles Boston. 

3156 Thatcher, Mrs. Samuel Cambridge, Mass. 

3157 Thatcher, "Washington Onondago Co., N. Y. 

318S Thaxted, A. W., Jr Boston. 

31S9 Thayer, John Elliot Boston. 

3190 Theall, Mrs. Benjamin R New York City. 

3191 Thibault, Agelina New York City. 

3192 Thibault, Charles New York City. 

3193 Thom, George Washington, D. C. 

3194 Thomas, George P Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3195 Thomas, Mrs. George P Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3196 Thomas, Henry, Jr New Orleans. 

3197 Thomas, J. B Plymouth, Mass. 

3198 Thomas, J. Hanson Baltimore. 

3199 Thomas, Sterling Baltimore. 

3200 Thomas, "William Plymouth, Mass. 

3201 Thompson, Charles D Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

3202 Thompson, Edward R Philadelphia. 

3203 Thompson, George "W Virginia. 

3204 Thompson, Mrs. George W Virginia. 

3205 Thompson, Hugh B Lexington, Ky. 

3206 Thompson, James H Barre, Mass. 

3207 Thompson, James H., Jr Salem, Mass. 

3208 Thompson, James M Saratoga. 

3209 Thompson, Mrs. James M Saratoga. 

3210 Thompson, Jerome New York City. 

3211 Thompson, Mrs. Jerome New York City. 

3212 Thompson, Mrs Boston. 

3213 Thompson, Samuel J. T Baltimore. 

3214 Thompson, Thomas Boston. 

3215 Thompson, Waddy Greenville, S. Ca. 

3216 'Thomson, Henry L New York City. 

3217 Thomson, James, Jr New York City. 



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3218 Thomson, Laurence Baltimore. 

3219 Thomson, M. M New Orleans. 

3220 Thorn, John Carlisle, Pa. 

3221 Thorn, John Baltimore. 

3222 Thornton, Elizabeth G Baltimore. 

3223 Thornton, F. Antonia Baltimore. 

3224 Thornton, Mrs. F. A Baltimore. 

3225 Thornton, John Wingate Boston. 

3226 Thornton, Mary Baltimore. 

3227 Thorp, C. E Rahway, N. J. 

3228 Thorp, Mrs. C. E Rahway, N. J. 

3229 Thorp, Nathan Washington, D. C. 

3230 Tibault, E. V New Orleans. 

3231 Tiekner, M. L New York City. 

3232 Tieman, Daniel F New York City. 

3233 Tilden, Mrs. Bryant P Boston. 

3234 Tilden, Miss C. B Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

3235 Timniens, John P New York City. 

3236 Timmens, John S New York City. 

3237 Timniens, Mrs. John S New York City. 

3238 Timmens, Mary New York City. 

3239 Timmens, William Chance New York City. 

3240 Timmins, Henry Boston. 

3241 Tisdale, Samuel T New York City. 

3242 Tisdale, William, Jr Boston. 

3243 Tisdale, Fitzgerald Cork, Ireland. 

3245 Tittermary, Margaretta Louisville, Ky. 

3246 Tobias, Charles New Orleans. 

3247 Todd, John ..... Philadelphia. 

3248 Todd, William . Somerset City, N. Y. 

3249 Tolton, Sarah New York City. 

3250 Tomlinson, Thomas A New York City. 

3251 Tompkins, Daniel H New York City. 

3252 Tompkins, Mrs. Daniel H New York City. 

3253 Tompkins, Laura New York City. 

3254 Tompkins, William New York City. 

3255 Tooley, James Philadelphia. 

3256 Tooley, James Natchez, Miss. 

3257 Torrey, Elizabeth B Boston. 

3258 Totten, James Philadelphia. 

3259 Totten, Julia Philadelphia. 

3260 Townsend, Harriet 31 Troy. 

3261 Townsend, John R New York City. 

3262 Townsend, Mrs. John R New York City. 

3263 Townsend, Magdelena New York City. 

3264 Townsend, Margaret New York City. 

3265 Townsend, Baby Margaret New York City. 

3266 Tracy, Chs Utica. 

3267 Traston, M Westhrook, Me. 

3268 Travers, Elizabeth Philadelphia. 

3269 Travers, Franklin Philadelphia. 

3270 Travers, Georgiana Philadelphia. 

3271 Travers, John Taylor Philadelphia. 

3272 Travers, Joseph Philadelphia. 

3273 Travers, Mary Taylor Philadelphia. 

3274 Travers, Octavius Philadelphia. 



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3275 Treat, S Saratoga. 

3276 Tredwell, Mary Elizabeth New York City. 

3277 Tree, Lambert Washing-ton, D. C. 

327S Tripp, Stephen Providence, R. I. 

3279 Trist, Nicholas Philip Charlottesville, Va. 

32S0 Trowbridge, C. C Detroit, Mich. 

3281 Trumbull, Joseph Hartford, Conn. 

32S2 Tseroyeasthaw, New York State. 

3283 Tucker, John Philadelphia. 

3284 Tucker, John, Jr Philadelphia. 

3285 Tucker, Louisa Philadelphia. 

32S6 Tucker, Louise (Mrs. John) Philadelphia. 

3287 Tucker, Lucia A Boston. 

32S8 Tucker, Nathaniel Boston. 

3289 Tucker, Richard Boston. 

3290 Tuckerman, H. H Boston. 

3291 Tuckerman, J. Francis Boston. 

3292 Tuckerman, Sophie M Boston. 

3293 Tunberlake, Miss M Virginia. 

3294 Turell, Charles J New York City. 

3195 Turner, Charles S Washington, D. C. 

3196 Turner, Ed Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

3297 Turner, Richard T Baltimore. 

3298 Turpin, William P fxew York City. 

3299 Tuttle, Andrew C New York City. 

3300 Twiname, "William Liverpool, England. 

3301 Tyler, George C. (2) New York City. 

3302 Tyler, George Frederick New York City. 

3303 Tyson, J. Washington Philadelphia. 

3304 Tyson, Job R Philadelphia. 

u 

3305 Ufikoff, George H Philadelphia. 

3306 Ullman, Daniel New York City. 

3307 TJpham, Henry Boston. 

3308 Upham, Mrs. S. M. S. Boston. 

3309 Usher, Marcella New York City. 

V 

3310 "Vail, Mrs. James London, England. 

3311 Valentine, David T New York City. 

3312 Van Antwerp, Anne Sickles New York City. 

3313 Van Antwerp, Margaret New York City. 

3314 Van Buren, A Washington, D. C. 

3315 Van Buren, Martin Washington, D. C. 

3316 Van Buren, Martin, Jr Washington, D. C. 

3317 Vance, William L Memphis, Tenn. 

3318 Vanderlyn, John, Jr Panama. 

3319 Vander Vort, Joseph B New York City. 

3320 Vanderwoort, P New York City. 

3321 VanDinhoff, New York City. 

3322 VanDinhoff, Caroline New York City. 

3323 Van Doren, Y. L New York City. 

3324 Van Horsugh, J Washington, D. C. 

3325 Van Kleeck, Robert B. (2) Troy. 

3326 Van Kleeck, Mrs. Robert B Troy. 



76 American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 — Index 



3327 Vanleer, Miss R Jamaica Plain, Mas.. 

3328 Van Mnrbeekc, H. C New York City. 

3329 Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt Washington, D. C. 

3330 Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Cortlandt . . . .Washington, D. C. 

3331 Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt, Jr Washington, D. C. 

3332 Van Rensselaer, H St. Lawrence, N. Y. 

3333 Van Rensselaer, Maria Eliza Albany. 

3334 Van Rensselaer, Philip L, Washington, D. C. 

3335 Van Rensselaer, Richard Albany. 

3336 Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Richard Albany. 

3337 Van "Wart, Henry Birmingham, England. 

3338 Van Wart, Henry Boston. 

3339 Van Wart, Mrs. Henry Boston. 

3340 Van Wart, Henry, Jr Birmingham, England. 

3341 Van Wart, Irving- New York City. 

3342 Van Wart, Mrs. Irving New York City. 

3343 Vasquez, Domingo New Orleans. 

3344 Vassar, Matthew- Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

3345 Vaughn, Edward M Lexington, Ky. 

3346 Veilie, John Jay Lansingburgh, N. Y. 

3347 Venman, Charles Baltimore. 

334S Veimilye, J. B Newark, N. J. 

3349 Verplanek, Samuel New York City. 

3350 Villani, J Italy. 

3351 Vogel, Max New York City. 

3352 Vogel, William New Orleans. 

3353 Vogel, Mrs. William New Orleans. 

3354 Von Bretton, James Philadelphia. 

3355 Vondersmith, D. B Lancaster, Pa. 

3356 Vreleter, J. V. E Geneva, N. Y. 

3357 Vultee, Caroline A New York City. 

W 

335S Wade, Christine Miscellaneous. 

3359 Wade, James J Port Gibson, Miss. 

3360 Wade, James Taylor Miscellaneous. 

3361 Wadsworth, Charles Saratoga Springs. 

3362 Wagner, Peter J New York City. 

3363 Wagner, Philip S Philadelphia. 

3364 Wagner, Tobias Philadelphia. 

3365 Wagstaff, 3Irs. David New York City. 

3366 Wagstaff, Miss S. A New York City. 

3367 Wainwright, Elizabeth Mayhew . . .Boston. 

3368 Wainwright, Miss E. M Boston. 

3369 Wainwright, Peter Boston. 

3370 Wainwright, Peter Roxbury, Mass. 

3371 Wainwright, Mrs. Peter Boston. 

3372 Wainwright, Robert A Massachusetts. 

3373 Wainwright, Susanna Hartwell ....Boston. 

3374 Wainwright, William Lambert . . . .Roxbury, Mass. 

3375 Wait, B. W . Charlestown, Mass. 

3376 Waldo, Frances New York City. 

3377 Waldron, Victor B New York City. 

3378 Walker, Alexander Baltimore. 

3379 Walker, Amasa Boston. 

3380 "Walker, Henry C New Orleans. 



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Walker, James Cambridge, Mass. 

Walker, Robert James Madisonville, Ky. 

Walker, Mrs. S New Orleans. 

"Walker, S. P Washington, D. C. 

Walker, W. F Saratoga Springs. 

Walker, William H Louisville, Ky. 

Walker, William New York City. 

Wall, Garret D New Jersey. 

Wall, James New Jersey. 

Wallace, J. Weed Philadelphia. 

Wallach, Robert Washington, D. C. 

Wallock, James H New York City. 

Walworth, Reuben Hyde Albany. 

Walworth, Mrs. Reuben Hyde Albany. 

Wanchester, James Baltimore. 

Wanyn, James Hoffman Miscellaneous. 

Ward, Anne Eliza New York City. 

Ward, Arietta J Baltimore. 

"Ward, Charles Henry New York City. 

Ward, Eliza H New York City. 

"Ward, Emma Rosalie Baltimore. 

Ward, Mrs. F. A Washington, D. C. 

"Ward, Gideon Lee New York City. 

"Ward, Henry H New York City. 

Ward, John New York City. 

"Ward, Louisa New York City. 

"Ward, Luey New York City. 

"Ward, Luey Geniveve New York City. 

Ward, L. C Rochester, N. Y. 

Ward, Mrs. L. C Rochester, N. Y. 

"Ward, Robert Dredericho New York City. 

"Ward, Sam New York City. 

"Ward, Samuel G Boston. 

Ward, William G New York City. 

Ward, Mrs. William G New York City. 

"Ward, William G., Jr New York City. 

Ward, William J Baltimore. 

Warden, Emily ,. .Philadelphia. 

Warner, Andrew New York City. 

Warner, Mrs. Andrew New York City. 

"Warner, Catherine Anne New York City. 

Warner, George E New York City. 

"Warner, Mrs. George E New York City. 

"Warner, L. T New York City. 

Warre, John Saratoga. 

Warren, Eliza Saratoga. 

"Warren, Emily Boston. 

Warren, Lott Marion, Ga. 

Warren, Susan .Saratoga. 

Warren, "William Lafayette Saratoga. 

Warren, Mrs. William Lafayette . . .Saratoga. 

"Washburn, Emory Worcester, Mass. 

Washburn, Mrs. Emory Worcester, Mass. 

"Washington, Bailey Washington, D. C. 

Washington, James A Saratoga. 

"Washington, M. A. G Miscellaneous. 



78 American Silhouettes, 1839-1849 — Index 



3437 Waterman, Edward Philadelphia. 

3438 Waterman, J New Orleans. 

3439 Waterman, Richard R Saratoga. 

3440 Waterman, Richard Providence, R. I. 

3441 Waterston, Helen Ruthven Boston. 

3442 Waterston, Robert Boston. 

3443 Waterston, R. C Boston. 

3443% Waterston, Mrs. R. C Boston. 

3444 Watkins, J New York City. 

3445 Watkins, William Hamilton New Orleans. 

3446 Watson, Benjamin N Boston. 

3447 Watson, Elizabeth Boston. 

3448 Watson, Hugh L Brooklyn. 

3449 Watson, James R . .Boston. 

3450 Watson, John L, Boston. 

3451 Watson, John L. Boston. 

3452 Watson, Mrs. John L, Boston. 

3453 Watson, Samuel Edmiston Boston. 

3454 Watson, Winslow M Troy. 

3455 Watterson, H. M Tennessee. 

3456 Watts, Alexander New York City. 

3457 'Watts, Talbot Boston. 

3458 Waugh, S. B Philadelphia. 

3459 Way, Edward Montreal, Canada. 

3460 Wayland, Anna Providence, R. I. 

3461 Wayland, Daniel Providence, R. I. 

3462 Wayland, Francis (2) Providence, R. I. 

3463 Wayland, John Providence, R. I. 

3464 Wayland Sarah Providence, R. I. 

3465 Webb, R. S Troy, N. Y. 

3466 Webb, Walter W Tr y, N. Y. 

3467 Webb, Mrs. Walter TV. Troy, N. Y. 

3468 Webster, Caroline S Washington, D. C. 

3469 Webster, Catherine Prescott Boston. 

3470 Webster, Harriet W Boston. 

3471 Webster, John Lee Philadelphia. 

3472 Webster, Mrs. J. W. Boston. 

3473 Webster, Paul Saratoga. 

3474 Webster, Sarah Hickling Boston. 

3475 Wedge, Simon Miscellaneous. 

3476 Weeks, Mrs. E. M Boston. 

3477 Weeks, James H Boston. 

3478 Weil, R New Orleans. 

3479 Weir, Robert Walter West Point, N. Y. 

34S0 Weld, Moses William Boston. 

3481 "Welles, Benjamin Boston. 

3482 Welles, Mrs. Benjamin Boston. 

3483 Welles, Benjamin S Boston. 

3484 Welles, Elizabeth S Boston. 

3485 Welles, Miss G Boston. 

3486 Welles, Susan C Boston. 

34S7 Welles, Fairchild Troy. 

348S Welles, J Boston. 

34S9 Welles, Randsford Newark, N. J. 

3490 Welles, W Cambridge, Mass. 

3491 Wendall, Howman Albany. 



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3492 Wendell, John New York City. 

3493 Wendell, Mrs. John New York City. 

3494 Wentworth, Miss A. E Boston. 

3495 West, Catherine London, England. 

3496 West, Charles C New York City. 

3497 West, Frederick New York City. 

349S West, Mrs. M. J Arkansas. 

3499 Westcott, Joseph Saratoga. 

3500 Westcott, J. H., Jr Saratoga. 

3501 Westcott, Louisa P Saratoga. 

3402 Westcott, Mrs Saratoga. 

3503 Westcott, Alonson . .Saratoga Springs. 

3504 Westcott, Mrs. Alanson Saratoga Springs. 

3505 Westcott, James R Saratoga Springs. 

3506 Westcott, Mrs. James R Saratoga Springs. 

3507 Westcott, Mary E Saratoga Springs. 

3508 Weston, G. B Duxbury, Mass. 

3509 Weston, H. E Boston. 

3510 Weston, T. L., Jr New York City. 

3511 Weston, Valentine W., Senr New York City. 

3512 Wethered, P., Jr Kent Co., Md. 

3513 Wetmore, William J New York City. 

3514 Wett, C. B. S .Charleston, S. Ca. 

3515 Wharton, C New Orleans. 

3516 Wharton, Charles Henry Washington, D. C. 

3517 Wharton, Edward New Orleans. 

3518 Wharton, Franklin New Orleans. 

3519 Wharton, W. C Philadelphia. 

3520 Wheaton, N. S S. Carolina. 

3521 Wheelock, Mrs Medfield, Mass. 

3522 Whelen, Edward S Philadelphia. 

3523 Whipple, Mrs. George Oberlin, Ohio. 

3524 Whipple, George Hall Oberlin, Ohio. 

3525 White, Elizabeth Ann Washington, D. C. 

3526 White, Ferdinand E Boston. 

3527 White, Mrs. Ferdinand E Boston. 

3528 White, George Washington, D. C. 

3529 White, Granville B Boston. 

3530 White, James C Washington. 

3531 White, John R Philadelphia. 

3532 White, Louisa Saratoga. 

3533 White, Mary Saratoga. 

3534 White, Mary Hannah Washington, D. C. 

3535 White, Mary New York City. 

3536 White, Samuel J New Orleans. 

3537 White, Stephen New York City. 

3538 White, William B Saratoga. 

3539 Whitesides, Henry F. M Philadelphia. 

3540 Whitman, David, Senr New York City. 

3541 Whitman, Mrs. David New York City. 

3542 Whitman, Emily Adams New York City. 

3543 Whitman, Frances Elizabeth New York City. 

3544 Whitman, George New Orleans. 

3545 Whitman, John B New York City. 

3546 Whitman, Sophia Hannah New York City. 

3547 Whitman, T. P., Jr New York. 



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354S Whitmore, Nathaniel M Gardiner, Me. 

3549 Whitmore, Stephen Gardiner, Me. 

3550 Whitney, Mrs. Moses Milton Hill, Mass. 

3551 Whitney, Peter Northboro, Mass. 

3552 Whitney, Mrs. Peter Northboro, Mass. 

3553 Whitaker, Thomas S New York City. 

3554 Whittaker, Horace Norwich, Conn. 

3555 Whitwell, R St. Amard, Canada. 

3556 Wickes, Asa W Troy. 

3557 Wiersbiki, F. O Poland. 

355S Wiggins, Mary S Saratoga Springs. 

3559 W T iggins, Peter B. Porter Saratoga Springs. 

3560 Wight, Amhurst Miscellaneous. 

3561 Wight, Mrs. Amhrust Miscellaneous. 

3562 Wight, Amhurst, Jr Miscellaneous. 

3563 Wight, Jane Elizabeth Miscellaneous. 

3564 Wight, Thomas Miscellaneous. 

3565 Wigman, O. P. P Baltimore. 

3566 Wilbor, H. W New York City. 

3567 Wilbor, John B New York City. 

3568 Wilbor, John B., Jr New York City. 

3569 Wilde, Benjamin New York City. 

3570 Wilde, Charles Brookline, Mass. 

3571 "Wilder, A. H Groton, Mass. 

3572 Wilder, Fransima New York City. 

3573 Wilder, Josephine Christine New York City. 

3574 Wilder, Sampson V. S New York City. 

3575 Wilder, Mrs. Sampson V. S New York City. 

3576 Wilder, Verlyna New York City. 

3577 "Wildes, Moses Boston. 

3578 Wilkes, George New York City. 

3579 Wilkes, Hamilton New York City. 

3580 Wilken, Sarah G Goshen, Orange Co., N. Y. 

3581 Wilken, Samuel J Goshen, Orange Co., N. Y. 

3582 Wilkeson, Judge Washington, D. C. 

35S3 Wilkeson, Mrs. Judge Washington, D. C. 

3584 Wilkins, Sophia Quebec, Canada. 

3585 Wilkinson, Theodore J New Orleans. 

3586 Willard, Aaron Boston. 

3587 Willard, Caroline Boston. 

358S Willard, F. A Boston. 

3589 Willard, Josiah Boston. 

3590 Willard, W. Y Troy. 

3591 Willard, Mrs. W. Y Troy. . 

3592 Willcox, Caroline E Philadelphia. 

3593 Willcox, Ellen S Philadelphia. 

3594 Willers, Miss M Philadelphia. 

3595 Williams, Miss A. G New York City. 

3596 Williams, Mrs. F. A Washington, D. C. 

3597 Williams, Harriet A Saratoga Springs. 

3598 Williams, Jn Boston. 

3599 Williams, R. S Natchez, Miss. 

3600 Williams, Mrs. R. S Natchez, Miss. 

3601 Williams, Samuel S New York City. 

3602 Williams, Mrs. Samuel S New York City. 

3603 Williams, Thomas Michigan. 



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3604 Williams, Thomas W Boston. 

3605 Williams, Thomas W New London, Conn. 

3606 Williams, William New London, Conn. 

3607 Williams, General William Norwich, Conn. 

360S Williams, Mrs. William Norwich, Conn. 

3609 Williamson, Nicholas New York City. 

3610 Willis, William New York City. 

3611 Wllliston, John Portsmouth, Va. 

3612 Wilson, D. M Washington, D. C. 

3613 Wilson, Ebenezer Troy. 

3614 Wilson, Mrs. Ebenezer Troy. 

3615 Wilson, Emily New York City. 

3616 Wilson, Hiram A Saratoga Springs & Louisville. 

3617 Wilson, James H Philadelphia. 

361S Wilson, Mrs. James P Hatsville, S. Ca. 

3619 Wilson, James W New York City. 

3620 Wilson, John Boston. 

3621 Wilson, Joseph Boston. 

3622 Wilson, Mrs. Joseph Boston. 

3623 Wilson, Joseph, Jr Boston. 

3624 Wilson, J. Dayton New York City. 

3625 Wilson, Leonard Boston. 

3626 Wilson, Miss L. E Boston. 

3627 Wilson, Robert S Baltimore. 

3628 Wilson, Thomas New York City. 

3629 Wilson, W. H Boston. 

3630 Wilson, Mrs. W. H Boston. 

3631 Wilson, William New York City. 

3632 Winchester, Alexander Baltimore. 

3633 Winchester, T. H Baltimore. 

3634 Winder, W. H Philadelphia, Pa. 

3635 Winder, W. S .Germantown, Pa. 

3636 Winshlp, Jonathan Brighton, England. 

3637 Winslow, R. S New York City. 

3638 Winter, Joseph Samuel Prince Augusta, Ga. 

3639 Winter, M Philadelphia. 

3640 Winter, William D New Orleans. 

3641 Winthrop, Benjamin New York City. 

3642 Winthrop, Robert Chase Boston. 

3643 Wirgman, Charles Miscellaneous. 

3644 Wirt, Henry G Washington, D. C. 

3645 Wise, Henry Alexander Drummondtown, Accomac Co., 

Virginia. 

3646 Wise, Richard Henry Georgia. 

3647 Wister, Mary Philadelphia. 

3648 Wister, William Philadelphia. 

3649 Witmore, Sarah E Troy. 

3650 Wizzs, Charles . . , New Orleans. 

3651 Wolcott, Sam Hopkintown, Mass. 

3652 Wolcott, T. H Boston. 

3653 Wolf, A. H New York City. 

3654 Wolf, Louis Leo New York City. 

3655 Wolfe, John D New York City. 

3656 Wolfe, Mrs. John D New York City. 

3657 Wolfe, Mary Lorillard New York City. 

3658 Wolsey, G. W New York City. 



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3659 Wood, Benjamin B Boston. 

3660 Wood, Elizabeth Moore Philadelphia. 

3661 Wood, F Natchez, Miss. 

3662 Wood, Frederick New York City. 

3663 Wood, James C Auburn, in. Y. 

3664 Wood, J. Benjamin New York City. 

3665 Wood, Mary C New York City. 

3666 Wood, Sarah New Bedford, Mass. 

3667 Wood, William Maxwell Philadelphia. 

3668 Woodbridge, George Richmond, Va. 

3669 Woodbury, Levi Francestown, N. H. 

3670 Woodruff, H New York City. 

3671 Woodward, Joseph A South Carolina. 

3672 Woodward, William Baltimore. 

3673 Woodwards, A New Orleans. 

3674 Wool, John E Troy. 

3675 Worcester, Joseph Emerson Cambridge, Mass. 

3676 Worcester, Mrs. J. E Cambridge, Mass. 

3677 Worth, William Jenkins Hudson, N. Y. 

3678 Wray, P. A Alabama. 

3679 Wright, Edward H Newark, N. J. 

36S0 Wright, H. Allen New York City. 

3681 Wright, Silas Albany. 

3682 Wucherer, John R Philadelphia. 

3683 Wurts, William A Philadelphia. 

3684 Wurts, Master Philadelphia. 

3685 Wyse, E. W Baltimore. 

3686 Wyse, M Washington, D. C. 

Y 

3687 Yandall, Dr Miscellaneous. 

3688 Yard, Edward M Boston. 

36S9 Yates, Giles F Schenectady, N. Y. 

3690 Yeatman, Emma Washington, D. C. 

3691 Yellott, William New York City. 

3692 Yohames, Ma Saratoga Springs. 

3693 Yorger, Orville Memphis, Tenn. 

3694 Young, Alexander Boston. 

3695 Young, Augustus Stowe, Vermont. 

3696 Young, B. Favert Natchez, Miss. 

3697 Young, Charles Sam New Orleans. 

3698 Young, Henrietta Natchez, Miss. 

3699 Young, Jane New Orleans. 

3700 Young, May Allison Natchez, Miss. 

3701 Young, M. J New Orleans. 

3702 Young, McClintock Washington, D. C. 

3703 Young, Richard, Senr Quincey, Mass. 

3704 Young, Robert Temple Natchez, Miss. 

3705 Young, Robert AVade Natchez, Miss. 

3706 Young, Samuel New York City. 

3707 Young, Thomas J Saratoga. 

3708 Young, William Natchez, Miss. 

3709 Young, William Cosser Natchez, Miss. 



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3710 Zacharis, John A New Orleans. 

3711 Zacharis, J. W New Orleans. 

3712 Zender, T. D. L New Orleans. 



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